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Books with title Spider Monkeys

  • Spider Monkeys

    Gillian Gosman

    Paperback (PowerKids Press, Aug. 15, 2011)
    Spider monkeys have long arms and legs that help them to swing from tree to tree through their dense rain forest home. This volume swings into the world of these highly social monkeys and examines their complex group dynamic. Straightforward text explores the roles that hunting and deforestation have played in the decline of spider monkey populations.
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  • Spider Monkeys

    Vicky Franchino

    Library Binding (Childrens Pr, Feb. 1, 2014)
    "This book details the life and habits of spider monkeys."--
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  • Spider Monkeys

    Gillian Gosman

    Library Binding (Powerkids Pr, Aug. 15, 2011)
    Spider monkeys have long arms and legs that help them to swing from tree to tree through their dense rain forest home. This volume swings into the world of these highly social monkeys and examines their complex group dynamic. Straightforward text explores the roles that hunting and deforestation have played in the decline of spider monkey populations.
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  • Spider Monkey

    Susan H. Gray

    language (Cherry Lake Publishing, Feb. 15, 2015)
    Introduces facts about spider monkeys, including physical features, habitat, life cycle, food, and threats to these rainforest creatures. Photos, captions, and keywords supplement the narrative of this informational text. Questions in the backmatter ask for text-dependent analysis.
  • Spider Monkeys

    Vicky Franchino

    Paperback (Childrens Pr, Feb. 1, 2014)
    "This book details the life and habits of spider monkeys."--
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  • Spider Monkeys

    Mary R. Dunn, Gail Saunders-Smith

    Library Binding (Capstone Press, Jan. 1, 2013)
    Long-limbed spider monkeys are noisy members of the monkey family. From food to homes to behaviors, learn the facts on these tree-swinging primates.
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  • Spider Monkeys

    Megan Borgert-Spaniol

    Library Binding (Blastoff Reader, Jan. 1, 2014)
    "Developed by literacy experts for students in kindergarten through grade three, this book introduces spider monkeys to young readers through leveled text and relatd photos"--
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  • Spider Monkey

    Dee Phillips

    Library Binding (Bearport Pub Co Inc, Dec. 1, 2014)
    In the highest branches of a rain forest tree, a monkey is hanging by its tail from a branch as it gathers tasty leaves with its small hands. The acrobatic tree-dweller is a spider monkey, and it's foraging for food high in the treetops with members of its family. Filled with information perfectly suited to the abilities and interests of its second-grade audience, this colorful, fact-filled volume introduces young readers to the everyday life of a spider monkey. How is the animal's body adapted to its treetop life? What does a spider monkey eat? How does it move from tree to tree? And how do spider monkey families spend their days and raise their young? Throughout the book, readers are encouraged to make scientific observations based on the book's images and answer questions about the lives and physical characteristics of these agile creatures. This innovative approach to teaching about wild animals gives young scientists the chance not only to read and learn the facts, but also to develop their own powers of observation and critical thinking.
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  • Spider Monkey

    Katie Gillespie

    Library Binding (Eye Discover, July 1, 2016)
    EYEDISCOVER is an exciting fusion of print, video, and audio, designed to engage children at the kindergarten to grade 2 levels in a fresh new way. Each optic readalong in this collection pairs the tactile experience of a printed book with interactive online content that truly brings each page to life.
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  • Spider Monkey

    Gray Susan H

    Paperback (Cherry Lake Publishing, Jan. 1, 2015)
    Introduces facts about spider monkeys, including physical features, habitat, life cycle, food, and threats to these rainforest creatures. Photos, captions, and keywords supplement the narrative of this informational text. Questions in the backmatter ask for text-dependent analysis.
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  • Spider Monkey

    Gray Susan H

    Library Binding (Cherry Lake Publishing, Jan. 1, 2015)
    Introduces facts about spider monkeys, including physical features, habitat, life cycle, food, and threats to these rainforest creatures. Photos, captions, and keywords supplement the narrative of this informational text. Questions in the backmatter ask for text-dependent analysis.
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  • Spidy the Spider Monkey

    Thomas Sandusky, Kathy Hill, Gretchen Johnson

    Paperback (The Peppertree Press, March 8, 2009)
    During a hunting trip, JJ rescues a young spider monkey. They play, and JJ thought their fun would never end. One day, a family of spider monkeys appears in the canopy. JJ wonders, Should I let Spidy go or keep him to be my friend? Then, in his heart, he knows what he must do.