5 edition of Bat Loves the Night found in the catalog.
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 101 p. :|
|Number of Pages||64|
nodata File Size: 9MB.
Are creatures from the game leaking into their world? Editorial Reviews Dusky watercolor-and-pencil illustrations add enigmatic beauty; bat facts appear in a different typeface and illuminate the narrative.
This was avery interesting read. "Bat shouts as she flies, louder than a hammer blow, higher than a squeak. Follow her as she swoops into the shadows, shouting and flying, the echoes of her voice creating a sound picture of the world around her. ABC Order Spelling- Students put the spelling words in alphabetical order. It's perfect for school projects about bats, mammals, ecology, or endangered animals.
I also learned a new big word: echolocation. A Boy Called Bat Book Review: The first book in a funny, heartfelt, and irresistible young middle grade series starring an unforgettable young boy on the autism spectrum, from acclaimed author Elana K. This delightful book is one of Bat Loves the Night children's books on conservation and includes The Sea Book and The Bee Book for your little ones to enjoy.
Bat and the Waiting Game Book Review: In the tradition of Clementine and Ramona Quimby, meet Bat. Interspersed with fun facts, her enthusiastic commentary about her feathered neighbors — what they look like, how they behave, where they nest, where they sleep — pairs swimmingly with cheerful watercolor illustrations.the look of the bats, and to the parts of the book that reminded him of Toothless -- i.
and I check it every couple of days. It also features some nonfiction text features to introduce children to the genre, such as italic text, and a glossary.
Any child who enjoys nature or animals would benefit from reading this book and learning about echolocation and nocturnal animals. " — SCHOOL LIBRARY JOURNAL Night has fallen, and Bat awakens to find her evening meal.
The illustrations complement the text beautifully, and bring these little creatures and its habitat to life.
Follow her as she swoops into the shadows, shouting and flying, the echoes of her voice creating a sound picture of the world around her.
How Can I Know It's Fixed? Even the youngest of readers will want to join the batty book-fest! The book goes on to explain the body parts of the abt and how they work, it talks about how it sleeps upside down and why they fly at night.