National Geographic Readers by Shira Evans
Day and Night

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During the day, the sun shines, birds tweet, and bees buzz. Earth is awake! But what happens at night? The moon -- and a whole new group of animals come out to play! Adult and child readers can cuddle up and read aloud and learn together in this new "you read, I read" co-reader format, vetted by early reading expert Susan B. Neuman.

About Shira Evans

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SHIRA EVANS started her career in educational publishing in 2001, after teaching English in several countries around the world. Since then she has written and edited a wide variety of materials for K-12, including books, teacher’s guides, and online activities. Evans has two adventurous young boys and enjoys exploring and learning more about the world with them.
Published April 12, 2016 by National Geographic Children's Books. 48 pages
Genres: Nature & Wildlife, Children's Books, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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K-Gr 2—What causes day and night? What happens to plants and animals during these distinctly different times? These questions are answered in this simple and interactive book intended for beginning readers to enjoy with an adult or a more fluent buddy. Clear photos are placed on brightly colored ...

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