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Susan Canizares

Autor/a de What Do Insects Do?

102 obres 20,641 Membres 110 Ressenyes

Sobre l'autor

Susan Canizares was born in 1960. She earned a master's degree in special education, specializing in early childhood, from New York University. She then went on to acquire a Ph.D. in language and literacy development from Fordham University. She has written numerous nonfiction books for young mostra'n més children, as well as professional articles for teachers and parents. Her books include Rainforest Colors, Supermarket, Polar Bears, Wheels, Who Lives in a Tree?, Busy Beavers, Frogs, and Animal Pack. She, along with Dr. Susan B. Neuman and Dr. Catherine Snow, authored Scholastic's Building Language for Literacy program. (Bowker Author Biography) mostra'n menys


Obres de Susan Canizares

What Do Insects Do? (1998) 899 exemplars
Butterfly (1961) 701 exemplars
Where Do Insects Live? (1998) 698 exemplars
Water (Science Emergent Readers) (1998) 641 exemplars
What is an Insect? (1998) 566 exemplars
Wind (1998) 565 exemplars
Monkeys (1998) 555 exemplars
Who Lives In A Tree? (1998) 481 exemplars
Coral Reef (1980) 471 exemplars
Polar Bears (1998) 467 exemplars
In Our Country (1998) 430 exemplars
Spider Names (1998) 428 exemplars
Who Lives in the Rainforest? (1997) 405 exemplars
Storms (Emergent Readers) (1991) 404 exemplars
Busy Beavers (1998) 381 exemplars
Frogs (1998) 378 exemplars
From Egg To Robin (1998) 351 exemplars
Sun (1998) 339 exemplars
Ocean (Science Emergent Readers) (1998) 326 exemplars
Little Raccoon Catches a Cold (1998) 294 exemplars
Nests, Nests, Nests (1998) 288 exemplars
Arctic Winter, Arctic Summer (1998) 277 exemplars
Jobs (1998) 270 exemplars
This Bird Can't Fly (1998) 264 exemplars
Feelings (1999) — Autor — 257 exemplars
Birds (1998) 256 exemplars
Red, White and Blue (1999) 253 exemplars
Mexico (1998) 234 exemplars
Canada (1999) 228 exemplars
Look at This Tree (1998) 226 exemplars
Wheels (1999) 215 exemplars
Bridges (1881) 214 exemplars
Italy (1999) 206 exemplars
Colors In The Desert (1998) 199 exemplars
Two Can Do It! (1998) 179 exemplars
The Voyage of Mae Jemison (1999) 177 exemplars
Babies (1998) 164 exemplars
In the Kitchen (1950) 153 exemplars
All Kinds of Books (1998) 140 exemplars
Where Does It Park? (Scholastic My First Library) (1999) — Autor — 139 exemplars
Babies on the Move (1998) 112 exemplars
Tools (Science Emergent Readers) (1999) 108 exemplars
Pele (1999) 104 exemplars
Cactus Names (1998) 103 exemplars
First Aid (1998) 103 exemplars
Building Shapes (1999) 100 exemplars
In a Painting (1998) 83 exemplars
Store (Place Book) (2000) 78 exemplars
Airport (1999) 75 exemplars
Supermarket (2000) 73 exemplars
Museum (2000) 71 exemplars
Animal Sculpture (1999) 63 exemplars
Meet Jim Henson (1999) 59 exemplars
Numbers (Emergent Readers) (1998) 52 exemplars
Firehouse (2000) 37 exemplars
At Home (Scholastic Placebook) (2000) 29 exemplars
Construction Site (2000) 27 exemplars
Aquarium (Scholastic Placebook) (2000) 13 exemplars
Garden (Scholastic Placebook) (2000) 10 exemplars
Primeros Quxilios (2002) 3 exemplars
Weather (2001) 3 exemplars
We Need the Sun (2013) 2 exemplars
Trabajos - Big Book 1 exemplars
Pet Care 1 exemplars


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Thanks to this book, I now know about the rainforest AND colo(u)rs!
GVIP_Library | Hi ha 1 ressenya més | Sep 14, 2023 |
#1543 in our old book database.

It seems like a straightforward topic for an educational book for toddlers, but it was frustrating to realize how hard it is to guess the answer before turning the page because most times there are multiple acceptable answers that are ignored for the arbitrary one the author has selected.

For instance we're told a car parks "In a garage." This ignores people who don't have a garage at their home and might use public parking garages, parking lots, parking spaces on streets, etc. It also ignores the many places a person may park their car during a day of work or errands.

And just when I think maybe the author is ignoring places where vehicles may only be parked for short periods of time -- like school buses don't park at schools because they spend the night in bus yards -- we are presented with semis parked at truck stops, which are just big gas stations essentially, not the fleet centers of the corporate owners or the residences of independent owner/operators.

Seems like you'd spend a lot of time having to correct or expand on this book with any child you read it to.
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villemezbrown | Hi ha 3 ressenyes més | Jan 3, 2023 |


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