Do Turtles Eat Strawberries: Back Yard Nature Kids

Do Turtles Eat Strawberries Back Yard Nature Kids Down in the strawberry patch somebody is eating the strawberries but who Is it the dog Dakota Or is it a great big land turtle Facts are fun when they re in a story and your child will learn wher

  • Title: Do Turtles Eat Strawberries: Back Yard Nature Kids
  • Author: Sharon Delarose Della Rose
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 287
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Down in the strawberry patch, somebody is eating the strawberries, but who Is it the dog, Dakota Or is it a great, big land turtle Facts are fun when they re in a story, and your child will learn where Eastern Box Turtles live, what they eat, how they hibernate, their lifespan, and whether or not they eat strawberries.Do Turtles Eat Strawberries is full of captioned photDown in the strawberry patch, somebody is eating the strawberries, but who Is it the dog, Dakota Or is it a great, big land turtle Facts are fun when they re in a story, and your child will learn where Eastern Box Turtles live, what they eat, how they hibernate, their lifespan, and whether or not they eat strawberries.Do Turtles Eat Strawberries is full of captioned photos that tell the story of a dog finding a turtle in the strawberry patch Pictures include Australian Cattle Dog Husky mix, Eastern box turtle, two different toads, Eastern king snake, minotaur dung beetle, striped caterpillar, woolly bear caterpillar, labeled map of the United States, a snail on a leaf, snails on a mushroom, strawberries and blackberries.Every page in Do Turtles Eat Strawberries is a full color photograph, and is laid out as both a first reader, or beginning reader for young children, and as a fun story about dogs and turtles for older children.45 story pages suitable for kids of ages 3 to 8.

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    1. "Do Turtles Eat Strawberries: Back Yard Nature Kids" is a charming and informative children's book that takes the reader on a little journey in their own back yard. As a volunteer reading tutor to second graders, I like to check out children's literature from time to time, and this story resonated. It teaches children about nature without becoming too staid and instructional. I think the book could inspire children to see their own back yard as a place of discovery. The book is also filled with [...]

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