IP Factly presents... "25 of the Most Poisonous Animals in the World".
This book delves into the scary world of poisonous and venomous creatures. We will be looking at some of the most common animal questions children ask:
Which is the most venomous snake?
What is the most poisonous animal in the world?
What is the difference between poisonous and venomous?
Which is the most venomous spider?
What are the most dangerous snakes?
This book is great for newly independent readers and not-so-newly independent readers alike. Difficult words are explained and fascinating facts are explored.
Rating venom/poison and danger to humans
We score the most poisonous/venomous animals in the world and rate the most dangerous animals in the world. Some animals may be highly venomous, but pose little danger if left alone. Others, are less venomous, but are very aggressive and are much more dangerous to humans.
Introduction - Poisonous or Venomous?
Black Widow Spider
Brazilian Wandering Spider
Eastern Brown Snake
Golden Poison Dart Frog
Killer Bees (Africanized Honeybees)
Marbled Cone Snail
Sydney Funnel-web Spider
Yellow-bellied Sea Snake
The animals are accompanied by pictures, facts and ratings plus video links so children can see the animals and how they behave.
The video links mean children come back again and again, naturally developing their reading and learning skills (early kindle models don't support video but safe website links are given).
Questions and Answers
There is even a question and answer session at the end of the book. Children can enjoy testing what they have learnt, as well as delving back into the book to look at what they missed.
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A note about the author
IP Factly is the happy father of 7 and 9 year old boys.
Their search for animal facts and videos inspired the IP Factly series of books and its accompanying website.
He has previously written questions for the UK's 'Who Wants to be a Millionaire' quiz machine and loves questions nearly as much as he loves answers.
Hopefully you’ll enjoy reading this book as much as he enjoyed writing and researching it.
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Published January 14, 2013
Nature & Wildlife, Children's Books.