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Books with title Look, a Jellyfish!

  • Look, a Jellyfish!

    Tessa Kenan, Intuitive, Lerner Publishing Group

    Audiobook (Lerner Publishing Group, May 3, 2017)
    Carefully leveled text engages young listeners in learning about jellyfish. Age-appropriate critical thinking questions help build nonfiction learning skills.
  • Jellyfish

    Louise Spilsbury

    Paperback (Heinemann, Sept. 1, 2010)
    Beautiful and translucent, jellyfish can be deadly but some are perfectly harmless. Learn about the physical traits of jellyfish, how they move, where they are found, and their hunting and sleeping habits.
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  • Jellyfish

    Katie Marsico

    Paperback (Children's Press, Sept. 1, 2014)
    Discover why swimmers have come to fear these strange, ancient animals.Nature's Children series provides young readers (Ages 8-10) with fascinating information about the planet's most incredible wildlife species. Each title offers a complete picture of the animal- from birth to adulthood- and describes its place in our world, including how humans impact it and its environment. Jellyfish are among the most fascinating animals in Earth's oceans. Beneath the waves, these soft, ghostlike creatures drift through the water collecting prey with their dangling tentacles. Readers will discover how a jellyfish's body is structured, how jellyfish grow and reproduces, and how scientists classify jellyfish into different groups.
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  • Jellyfish

    Susan H. Gray

    language (Cherry Lake Publishing, Jan. 12, 2014)
    This book takes readers on a journey under the sea to discover the fascinating facts about jellyfish, including physical features, habitat, life cycle, food, and more. Photos, captions, and keywords supplement the narrative of this informational text, while additional search tools--including a glossary and an index--help students locate and review important information.
  • Look, a Jellyfish!

    Tessa Kenan

    eBook (Lerner Publications TM, Aug. 1, 2016)
    Carefully leveled text and fresh, vibrant photos engage young readers in learning about jellyfish. Age-appropriate critical thinking questions and a photo glossary help build nonfiction learning skills.
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  • Look, a Jellyfish!

    Tessa Kenan

    Paperback (LernerClassroom, Aug. 1, 2016)
    Carefully leveled text and fresh, vibrant photos engage young readers in learning about jellyfish. Age-appropriate critical thinking questions and a photo glossary help build nonfiction learning skills.
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  • Jellyfish

    Melissa Gish

    Paperback (Creative Paperbacks, March 15, 2016)
    A look at jellyfish, including their habitats, physical characteristics such as their bells, behaviors, relationships with humans, and their overabundance in the world today.
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  • Look, a Jellyfish!

    Tessa Kenan

    Library Binding (Lerner Publications, Aug. 1, 2016)
    Carefully leveled text and fresh, vibrant photos engage young readers in learning about jellyfish. Age-appropriate critical thinking questions and a photo glossary help build nonfiction learning skills.
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  • Jellyfish

    Jody S. Rake

    Paperback (Capstone Press, Aug. 1, 2016)
    Readers will learn just how amazing jellyfish can be. The many species of this ocean invertebrate may not look like other undersea animals, but they have some amazing adaptations and behaviors that help them survive. Without faces, limbs, bones, blood, or a brain, jellyfish have incredible ways eating, moving, reproducing, and defending themselves.
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  • Jellyfish

    Christina Leaf

    Paperback (Bellwether Media, Feb. 1, 2017)
    Jellyfish are graceful, beautiful ocean animals. But their looks are deceiving. Those long, wavy tentacles can really sting! Jellyfish are often transparent. They do not have bones, blood, or brains. Despite their simplicity, these creatures have been around for millions of years. Discover more about jellyfish in this title for emergent readers.
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  • Jellyfish

    Breanne Satori

    eBook (Painted Path Publishing, )
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  • Jellyfish

    Mari Schuh

    Paperback (Raintree, Nov. 3, 2016)
    Jellyfish aren't really fish at all! These spineless sea-dwellers use their umbrella-shaped bells to swim, while their long tentacles sting prey. Learn what they eat and how they survive in the big ocean.
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