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    [DK书籍].Animals.at.Home.(DK.READERS.L1).pdf

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    [DK书籍].Animals.at.Home.(DK.READERS.L1).pdf

    With DK READERS, children will learn to readthen read to learn6cbVahVidbZJacket images Back F.L.P.A./Ron Austing tl.READERS READERSDKPublishingDiscover more atwww.dk.comStunning photographs combine with lively illustrations and engaging, age-appropriate stories in DK READERS, a multilevel reading program guaranteed to capture children’s interest while developing their reading skills and general knowledge.DK READERSWhere do animals live Find out about the different shapes and sizes of their homes.Learningto readBeginningto readBeginningto read aloneReadingaloneProficientreadersHigh-frequency wordsPicture word strips, picture glossary, and simple indexLabels to introduce and reinforce vocabularyHigh level of adult participation helpfulSimple sentences and limited vocabularyPicture glossary and simple index Adult participation helpfulLonger sentences and increased vocabularyInation boxes full of extra fun factsSimple indexOccasional adult participation helpfulMore complex sentence structureInation boxes and alphabetical glossaryComprehensive indexRich vocabulary and challenging sentence structureAdditional ination and alphabetical glossaryComprehensive index96K9AD816CB6AH6IDBDKREADERSAD8ISBN 978-0-7566-3138-39 7 8 0 7 5 6 6 3 1 3 8 35 0 3 9 93.99 USA4.99 CanadaPrinted in Chinaflexpaper.studylead.comREADERSFishy TalesColorful DaysGarden FriendsParty FunIn the ParkFarm AnimalsPetting ZooLet’s Make MusicMeet the DinosaursDuck Pond DipMy Dress-up BoxOn the MoveCuentos de Peces en espaolDias Ilenos de color en espaolPre-level 1A Day at Greenhill FarmTruck TroubleTale of a TadpoleSurprise PuppyDuckling DaysA Day at Seagull BeachWhatever the WeatherBusy Buzzy BeeBig MachinesWild Baby AnimalsA Bed for the WinterBorn to be a ButterflyDinosaur’s DayFeeding TimeDiving DolphinRockets and SpaceshipsMy Cat’s SecretFirst Day at GymnasticsA Trip to the ZooI Can SwimA Trip to the LibraryA Trip to the DoctorA Trip to the DentistI Want To Be A BallerinaAnimal Hide and SeekSubmarines and SubmersiblesAnimals at HomeLEGO Trouble at the BridgeLEGO Secret at Dolphin BayStar Wars What is a WookieeStar Wars Ready, Set, PodraceA Day in the Life of a BuilderA Day in the Life of a DancerA Day in the Life of a FirefighterA Day in the Life of a TeacherA Day in the Life of a MusicianA Day in the Life of a DoctorA Day in the Life of a Police OfficerA Day in the Life of a TV ReporterGigantes de Hierro en espaolCras del mundo animal en espaolLevel 1Dinosaur DinnersFire FighterBugs Bugs BugsSlinky, Scaly SnakesAnimal HospitalThe Little BallerinaMunching, Crunching, Sniffing, and SnoopingThe Secret Life of TreesWinking, Blinking, Wiggling, and WagglingAstronaut Living in SpaceTwistersHoliday Celebration Days around the WorldThe Story of PocahontasHorse ShowSurvivors The Night the Titanic SankEruption The Story of VolcanoesThe Story of ColumbusJourney of a Humpback WhaleAmazing BuildingsFeathers, Flippers, and FeetOutback Adventure Australian VacationSniffles, Sneezes, Hiccups, and CoughsIce Skating StarsLet’s Go RidingI Want to Be a GymnastStarry SkyEarth Smart How to Take Care of the EnvironmentWater EverywhereTelling TimeLEGO Castle Under AttackLEGO Rocket RescueStar Wars Journey Through SpaceStar Wars A Queen s DiaryMLB A Batboy s DayMLB Let’s Go to the BallparkSpider-Man Worst EnemiesMeet the X-MenInsectos en espaolBomberos en espaolLa Historia de Pocahontas en espaolLevel 2flexpaper.studylead.comA Note to ParentsDK READERS is a compelling program for beginning readers, designed in conjunction with leading literacy experts, including Dr. Linda Gambrell, Professor of Education at Clemson University. Dr. Gambrell has served as President of the National Reading Conference and the College Reading Association, and has recently been elected to serve as President of the International Reading Association.Beautiful illustrations and superb full-color photographs combine with engaging, easy-to-read stories to offer a fresh approach to each subject in the series. Each DK READER is guaranteed to capture a child’s interest while developing his or her reading skills, general knowledge, and love of reading.The five levels of DK READERS are aimed at different reading abilities, enabling you to choose the books that are exactly right for your child Pre-level 1 Learning to readLevel 1 Beginning to readLevel 2 Beginning to read aloneLevel 3 Reading aloneLevel 4 Proficient readersThe “normal” age at which a child begins to read can be anywhere from three to eight years old. Adult participation through the lower levels is very helpful for providing encouragement, discussing storylines, and sounding out unfamiliar words.No matter which level you select, you can be sure that you are helping your child learn to read, then read to learnflexpaper.studylead.comSeries Editor Deborah LockU.S. Editor John SearcyArt Editor Mary Sandberg Production Georgina Hayworth Picture Researcher Rob NunnDTP Designer Ben Hung Jacket Designer Mary SandbergReading Consultant Linda Gambrell, Ph.D.First American Edition, 200707 08 09 10 11 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1Published in the United States by DK Publishing375 Hudson Street, New York, New York 10014Copyright 2007 Dorling Kindersley LimitedAll rights reserved under International and Pan-American Copyright Conventions. No part of this publication may be reproduced, stored in a retri system, or transmitted in any or by any means, electronic, mechanical, photocopying, recording, or otherwise, without the prior written permission of the copyright owner. Published in Great Britain by Dorling Kindersley LimitedDK books are available at special discounts when purchased in bulk forsales promotions, premiums, fund-raising, or educational use. For details, contactDK Publishing Special Markets375 Hudson StreetNew York, New York 10014SpecialSalesdk.comA catalog record for this book is availablefrom the Library of Congress.ISBN 978-0-7566-3138-3 Paperback ISBN 978-0-7566-3141-3 Hardcover Color reproduction by Colourscan, SingaporePrinted and bound in China by L. Rex Printing Co. Ltd.The publisher would like to thank the following for their kind permission to reproduce their photographsaabove, bbelow/bottom, ccenter, lleft, rright, ttopAlamy Images blickwinkel 22; Chris Howes/Wild Places Photography 12-13 b/g; Renee Morris 31b; James Osmond 8-9 b/g; Maximilian Weinzierl 19bl, 32tl. Ardea Pascal Goetgheluck 19. Corbis Anthony Bannister/Gallo Images 20; Markus Botzek/zefa 7; Gary W. Carter 21bl, 32bl; Andrew Fox 6cl; Rose Hartman 15tr, 32cl. DK Images Bruce Coleman Agency 11; Natural History Museum, London 26-27; Paul Wilkinson 26t; Jerry Young 24cr, 25br, 30bc, 30br, 31bl, 33. FLPA Ron Austing 28tl; Yva Momatiuk/John Eastcott/Minden Pictures 14. Getty Images Stone/David Tipling 13t. Nature Picture Library Jurgen Freund 17t; Nick Upton 16-17. OSF 5t; Bob Gibbons 21. Photoshot / NHPA Anthony Bannister 18tl, 18tr; Laurie Campbell 29br; Stephen Dalton 23clb. Still Pictures Fritz Polking 6br. SuperStock age fotostock 15; Mauritius 5b. Warren Photographic 23br.All other images Dorling KindersleyFor further ination see www.dkimages.comDiscover more atwww.dk.comContents4 Home6 Bird nests8 Termite mound10 Wasp nest 12 Mole burrow 14 Beaver lodge 16 Shells 18 Cocoons 20 Spiderweb 22 Beehive 24 Rotting log 26 Tide pools 28 Tree homes 30 Our houses32 GlossaryLONDON, NEW YORK, MUNICH, MELBOURNE, and DELHIflexpaper.studylead.comAnimals at HomeDK PublishingREADERSPROFICIENTALONEREADINGTOREADBEGINNINGTOREAD ALONEBEGINNING2314READERSWritten by David Lockflexpaper.studylead.comWhat is your home like Is it cozy and dryAnimal homes are all shapes and sizes.They keep animals and their babies safe and warm. hermit crab shellflexpaper.studylead.comrabbit warrenstork nestflexpaper.studylead.com Some animals build their own homes. Many birds make nests.Some use mud, twigs, or grass.Weaver-birdnestOvenbirdnestflexpaper.studylead.com Others peck out holes in trees.They build their homes using only their beaks.flexpaper.studylead.comThousands of termites work together to build a home. Their mound is very strong and it can be very tall. flexpaper.studylead.comInside, the tunnels lead to many arch-shaped rooms.food storesnurseryflexpaper.studylead.com10Paper wasps collect wood and chew it into a pulp.The wasps then use this pulp to make their nest. The queen wasp lays her eggs inside the nest’s six-sided cells.flexpaper.studylead.com11flexpaper.studylead.com12flexpaper.studylead.com13Some animals burrow under the ground. Moles dig their tunnels using their sharp front claws.They push the soil away, making hills above the ground.They eat the worms and insects that fall into their tunnels.flexpaper.studylead.com14Beavers build their homes by weaving sticks together with their feet. Their large homes are called lodges.The beavers get in and out of the lodge through an underwater entrance.flexpaper.studylead.com15lodgeflexpaper.studylead.com16Some animals live in shells.Tortoises and snails can curl up inside their shells.The shells get bigger as the animals grow.shellflexpaper.studylead.com17flexpaper.studylead.com18Some insects, like silk moths, make their own silk threads.They weave the silk around themselves to make cocoons.Their homes keep them safe as they change shape and grow wings.flexpaper.studylead.com19cocoonsflexpaper.studylead.com20Spiders can make silk, too. They use it to make their homes. Some spiders make webs.They eat the insects that get stuck to the strong, sticky silk.Other spiders build silk-lined burrows with a hidden trapdoor.Trapdoor-spider burrowflexpaper.studylead.com21webflexpaper.studylead.com22Honeybees make beeswax in their bodies.They use it to make their beehive.flexpaper.studylead.com23There are many six-sided cells inside the hive.Honey is stored in some cells.The bees’ young live in others.honeybee larvaflexpaper.studylead.com24Piles of leaves, rotting logs, and compost heaps may not seem like good places to make a home.hedgehogbeetleflexpaper.studylead.com25But many small animals feed and live in these warm, damp places.toadantflexpaper.studylead.com26Starfish, crabs, and some small fish make their homes in tide pools.flexpaper.studylead.com27They live in the water that collects between the rocks on the seashore. Shellfish and anemones cling to the rocks.limpetanemoneflexpaper.studylead.com28Trees are homes for many animals.Birds make nests in the branches.Squirrels build homes called dreys in the tree trunk. dreyflexpaper.studylead.com29Insects live in the bark or on the leaves.Badgers build burrows called setts among the roots. flexpaper.studylead.com30We are not the only ones who live in our dry, cozy houses.Bats may sleep in the attic.Tiny bugs live in the carpets and the furniture.We all want a warm home with food nearby.flexpaper.studylead.com31flexpaper.studylead.comGlossary32Weba spider’s home, made from its silk Lodge a beaver’s homeShell a hard covering on an animal’s back Drey a squirrel’s nestCocoon a silk-wrapped case made by an insect flexpaper.studylead.comattic 30burrow 13, 20, 29cells 10, 23cocoons 18, 19, 32compost heaps 24dreys 28, 32hive 22, 23houses 30leaves 24lodges 14, 15, 32logs 24mound 8nest 5, 6, 10, 28setts 29shells 4, 16, 32tide pools 26trees 7, 28tunnel 9, 13warren 5webs 20, 21, 32IndexMy name isI have read this book ✔ DateREADERSflexpaper.studylead.comWith DK READERS, children will learn to readthen read to learn6cbVahVidbZJacket images Back F.L.P.A./Ron Austing tl.READERS READERSDKPublishingDiscover more atwww.dk.comStunning photographs combine with lively illustrations and engaging, age-appropriate stories in DK READERS, a multilevel reading program guaranteed to capture children’s interest while developing their reading skills and general knowledge.DK READERSWhere do animals live Find out about the different shapes and sizes of their homes.Learningto readBeginningto readBeginningto read aloneReadingaloneProficientreadersHigh-frequency wordsPicture word strips, picture glossary, and simple indexLabels to introduce and reinforce vocabularyHigh level of adult participation helpfulSimple sentences and limited vocabularyPicture glossary and simple index Adult participation helpfulLonger sentences and increased vocabularyInation boxes full of extra fun factsSimple indexOccasional adult participation helpfulMore complex sentence structureInation boxes and alphabetical glossaryComprehensive indexRich vocabulary and challenging sentence structureAdditional ination and alphabetical glossaryComprehensive index96K9AD816CB6AH6IDBDKREADERSAD8ISBN 978-0-7566-3138-39 7 8 0 7 5 6 6 3 1 3 8 35 0 3 9 93.99 USA4.99 CanadaPrinted in Chinaflexpaper.studylead.com

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