Imatge de l'autor

Carmen Bredeson

Autor/a de The Moon (Rookie Read-About Science)

103 obres 2,106 Membres 20 Ressenyes

Sobre l'autor

Carmen Bredeson, a former high school English teacher, has a master's degree in instructional technology. She has written more than eighty books for young people.

Inclou el nom: Carmen Bredeson

Crèdit de la imatge: via Enslow Publishing


Obres de Carmen Bredeson

Poison Dart Frogs Up Close (2009) 69 exemplars
Baby Animals of the World (2011) 61 exemplars
Fun Facts About Lizards! (1625) 22 exemplars
Shannon Lucid: Space Ambassador (1998) 22 exemplars
Fun Facts About Alligators! (2007) 22 exemplars
Fun Facts About Turtles! (2007) 20 exemplars
Baby Animals of the Ocean (2009) 19 exemplars
Fun Facts About Frogs! (2007) 16 exemplars
Fun Facts About Snakes! (2007) 16 exemplars
Baby Animals of the Desert (2009) 14 exemplars
Texas (Celebrate the States) (1997) 14 exemplars
Baby Animals of the Wetlands (2011) 14 exemplars
Baby Animals of the Mountains (2011) 13 exemplars
Our Space Program (1999) 13 exemplars
Orangutans Up Close (2009) 12 exemplars
Weird But True Space Facts (2012) 12 exemplars
Pluto (Watts Library: Space) (2001) 12 exemplars
What Are Stars? (2008) 11 exemplars
Baby Animals of Lakes and Ponds (1824) 11 exemplars
Neptune (Watts Library: Space) (2002) 10 exemplars
Lions Up Close (2008) 9 exemplars
Baby Animals of the Grasslands (2009) 9 exemplars
Weird But True Weather (2012) 9 exemplars
Baby Animals of the Seashore (1750) 9 exemplars
Giraffes Up Close (2008) 9 exemplars
Weird But True Rocks (2012) 9 exemplars
What Is the Solar System? (2008) 8 exemplars
What Do Astronauts Do? (2008) 8 exemplars
African Elephants Up Close (2006) 7 exemplars
Can You Find These Rocks? (2012) 7 exemplars
Tarantulas Up Close (2008) 7 exemplars
Fun Facts About Salamanders! (2007) 7 exemplars
Weird But True Food (2012) 6 exemplars
Kangaroos Up Close (2009) 5 exemplars
Giant Pandas Up Close (2006) 5 exemplars
Weird Birds (2009) 4 exemplars
Can You Find These Birds? (2012) 4 exemplars
Weird But True Animal Homes (2012) 4 exemplars
Monarch Butterflies Up Close (2006) 4 exemplars
What Do You Know About Earth? (2008) 3 exemplars
Can You Find These Seashells? (2012) 3 exemplars
Boa Constrictors Up Close (2006) 3 exemplars
Can You Find These Bugs? (2012) 2 exemplars
Can You Find These Flowers? (2012) 2 exemplars
What Is the Moon? (2008) 2 exemplars
Can You Find These Trees? (2012) 2 exemplars
Exploring the sun (2015) 1 exemplars
Nave espacial 1 exemplars


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An introduction to the planets and other celestial bodies such as asteroids, meteorites, comets, and moons
Lou_Sanz | Jul 2, 2020 |
At the onset itself, Bredeson introduces this book with terms like chameleon, gecko, hatchling, etc., with pronounciation methods which should be helpful not only for the regular students but for also 504 accommodated students. The book highlights various topics and sub-topics about like habits and habitats of the creatures, provides a comparative understanding of the biggest and the smallest lizards, feeding habits, methods and styles of predation, amongst others. One of the most interesting parts is where the author explains how some lizards fool their enemies(p13). This topic elaborates on the theory of coloration and mimicry suitably for grades 6 to 9. Bredeson's book is one of educational biology with several illustrations on life cycles of lizards such as on frilled lizard and desert Agama, etc. Once the students get an opportunity to read aloud and view the pictures, they would most definitely be engaged in discussion with their peers and learn through the inquiry-based lesson.… (més)
rpal1234 | Nov 28, 2018 |
Informative book about the different kinds of rocks you might find out in nature. It's premise is that you should be aware because there are all types of rocks around us and they are all different and have different uses.

Age 3-8
Source ECE Pierce College Library
KFox20 | Hi ha 1 ressenya més | Aug 14, 2017 |


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