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    [DK书籍].ape.adventures(DK.reader.3).pdf

    READERSWith DK READERS, children will learn to readthen read to learnDK READERSStunning 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.Discover more atwww.dk.com14.99 USA16.99 CanadaLearningto 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 indexISBN 978-0-7566-3750-79 7 8 0 7 5 6 6 3 7 5 0 75 1 4 9 9READERSAPEADVENTURESPrinted in ChinaDKREADERSWhere do apes live How do they communicate Find out through some face-to-face encounters.ApeAdventuresCATHERINE CHAMBERSchAmbERSJacket images Front Getty Images Taxi / Anup Shah.3flexpaper.studylead.comREADERSLevel 3Shark AttackTitanicInvaders from Outer SpaceMovie MagicTime TravelerBermuda TriangleTiger TalesZeppelin The Age of the AirshipSpiesTerror on the AmazonDisasters at SeaThe Story of Anne FrankAbraham Lincoln Lawyer, Leader, LegendGeorge Washington Soldier, Hero, PresidentExtreme SportsSpiders’ SecretsThe Big Dinosaur DigSpace Heroes Amazing AstronautsThe Story of ChocolateSchool Days Around the WorldPolar Bear AlertWelcome to ChinaMy First Ballet ShowApe AdventuresMLB Home Run Heroes Big Mac, Sammy, and JuniorMLB World Series HeroesMLB Record BreakersMLB Down to the Wire Baseball’s Great Pennant RacesStar Wars Star PilotStar Wars I Want to Be a JediStar Wars The Story of Darth VaderMarvel Heroes Amazing PowersThe X-Men SchoolAbraham Lincoln Abogado, Lder, Leyenda en espaolAl Espacio La Carrera a la Luna en espaolFantastic Four The World’s Greatest SuperteamLevel 4Volcanoes and Other Natural DisastersPirates Raiders of the High SeasMicromonstersGoing for GoldExtreme MachinesFlying Ace The Story of Amelia EarhartBlack BeautyFree at Last The Story of Martin Luther King, Jr.Joan of Arc Spooky Spinechillers Welcome to The Globe The Story of Shakespeare’s Theater Space Station Accident on Mir Atlantis The Lost City Dinosaur Detectives Danger on the Mountain Scaling the World’s Highest PeaksCrime BustersThe Story of Muhammad AliFirst Flight The Story of the Wright BrothersD-Day Landings The Story of the Allied InvasionSolo SailingThomas Edison The Great InventorDinosaurs Battle of the BonesSkate MLB Strikeout Kings MLB Super Shortstops Jeter, Nomar, and A-Rod MLB The Story of the New York YankeesMLB The World of Baseball MLB October Magic All the Best World Series JLA Batman’s Guide to Crime and Detection JLA Superman’s Guide to the UniverseJLA Aquaman’s Guide to the OceansJLA Wonder Woman’s Book of MythsJLA Flash’s Book of SpeedJLA Green Lantern’s Book of Inventions The Story of the X-Men How it all Began Creating the X-Men How Comic Books Come to LifeSpider-Man’s Amazing Powers The Story of Spider-Man The Incredible Hulk’s Book of Strength The Story of the Incredible Hulk Transers The Awakening Transers The QuestTransers The Unicron BattlesTransers The UprisingTransers Megatron ReturnsTransers Terrorcon AttackStar Wars Galactic CrisisStar Wars Beware the Dark SideStar Wars Epic BattlesMarvel Heroes Greatest BattlesFantastic Four Evil AdversariesGraphic Readers The Price of VictoryGraphic Readers The Terror TrailGraphic Readers Curse of the Crocodile GodGraphic Readers Instruments of DeathGraphic Readers The Spy-Catcher GangGraphic Readers Wagon Train AdventureLos Asombrosos Poderes de Spider-Man en espaolLa Historia de Spider-Man en espaol.flexpaper.studylead.com49.A Note to ParentsDK READERS is a compelling program for beginning readers, designed in conjunction with leading literacy experts, including Dr. Linda Gambrell, Distinguished Professor of Education at Clemson University. Dr. Gambrell has served as president of the National Reading Conference, the College Reading Association, and 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.comFamily of apes 4Getting to know you 6A glimpse of hope 14Smart apes 20Apes in a safe place 26Letting go 32Ape surprise 42Glossary 48ContentsSeries Editor Deborah LockArt Editor Mary SandbergU.S. Editor John SearcyProduction Editor Siu ChanProduction Erika Pepe Picture Researcher Harriet MillsJacket Designer Rachael FosterReading Consultant Linda Gambrell, Ph.D.First American Edition, 200808 09 10 11 12 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1Published in the United States by DK Publishing375 Hudson Street, New York, New York 10014 Copyright 2008 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 for sales 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 available from the Library of Congress.ISBN 978-0-7566-3751-4 PaperbackISBN 978-0-7566-3750-7 HardcoverColor 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 photographsKey aabove; bbelow/bottom; ccenter; lleft; rright; ttopAfrican Conservation Foundation Arend de Haas 46; Alamy Images JTB Photo Communications, Inc. 27; Khaled Kassem 19tr; Ian Laker 33; Photostall 28bl; Simone van den Berg 28br; Ardea Pat Morris 13tr; Kate Arnold 43; C. Chambers 42tl; Corbis Gallo Images/Martin Harvey 13br; Kennan Ward 6br; DK Images Franklin Park Zoo, Boston 41br; The Jane Goodall Institute 11br; Rough Guides 31br; Twycross Zoo, Atherstone, Leicestershire 25br; Jerry Young 5tl; FLPA Frans Lanting 16bl; Minden Pictures/Gerry Ellis 7, 26br; Minden Pictures/Cyril Ruoso/JH Editorial 9; Jurgen Christine Sohns 3; R M Van Nostrand 5c; Terry Whittaker 5tr; Getty Images Pius Utomi Ekpei/AFP 34b, 35; Hoang Dinh Nam/AFP 29tr; The Image Bank/Michael Melford 15tr; The Image Bank/Karl Ammann 21br; Minden Pictures/Gerry Ellis 39cr; Minden Pictures/Cyril Ruoso/JH Editorial 8; Courtesy Great Ape Trust of Iowa/www.greatapetrust.org 20, 21c, 22, 23br, 23tr, 24, 25t; iStockphoto.com Chanyut Sribua-rawd 26tl; The Jane Goodall Institute/www.janegoodall.org Brian Keating 6tl; Last Refuge Cameron Hansen/www.lastrefuge.co.uk 31tr; National Geographic Image Collection Hugo Van Lawick 10, 12; naturepl.com Anup Shah 18; NREL National Renewable Energy Laboratory 14tl; Photolibrary David Courtenay 17; Photoshot/NHPA Mark Bowler 19br; Martin Harvey 32tl, 37tl inset, 38-39, 40, 41t; Science Photo Library Tony Camacho 45br; Still Pictures Martin Harvey 37c; Wildlife Conservation Society/www.wcs.org Naomi Cohen 42b; Dave Lucas 47tr; Jacqui Sunderland-Groves 45t.All other images Dorling Kindersley LimitedFor more ination see www.dkimages.comLONDON, NEW YORK, MUNICH, MELBOURNE, and DELHIDiscover more atwww.dk.comflexpaper.studylead.comWritten by Catherine ChambersApe AdventuresDK PublishingREADERSREADERSPROFICIENTALONEREADINGTOREADBEGINNINGTOREAD ALONEBEGINNING2314flexpaper.studylead.com Family of apesTourists gape at apes in zoos and in the wild. Scientists study them in forests and laboratories. Viewers watch ape antics on television screens, but why are we so fascinated by themPerhaps it’s because apes seem so much like us. They cuddle their young, build shelters, and some even make tools. Apes can tell each other what they feel. In the following adventures, apes show what they think about us, too.The stories take us to parts of Africa and Asia where apes live in hot tropical and subtropical forests. However, they also live in great danger from hunters and illegal traders, and their forests are being destroyed by farmers and loggers. The survival of apes lies in our hands.vflexpaper.studylead.com Big ApesThe four great apes are the bonobo, chimpanzee, gorilla, and orangutan.Small ApesLesser apes, also known as gibbons, spend their lives in trees. The largest kind of gibbon is the siamang.GorillaSiamangLar gibbonOrangutanChimpanzee Bonoboflexpaper.studylead.comGetting to know youJane sat quietly on a high peak in East Africa. The light was hazy in the heat. Thick forest and bushes lined the hollows and hills. Jane stared down at a clump of msulula trees. “There, Rashidi You see them”The park ranger could see a mother chimpanzee and her three children. Who is Jane Jane Goodall first went to Africa in 1957. There, she worked with Louis Leakey, who studied animal and human behavior. Jane studied many chimpanzees in the Gombe Stream Game Reserve, in Tanzania. A balanced diet Chimpanzees live in Africa’s forests and grassy savannahs. In these areas, they find plenty of leaves and fruit to eat. They also eat small monkeys.flexpaper.studylead.com7The mother and her young chimp were plucking handfuls of round, juicy fruits. “See, there to the right” Jane said. “Her two teenage sons are learning to hunt that small monkey”“In a few years, they’ll be ready to find food on their own,” said Rashidi.Older chimp mothers often accept younger mothers into their group. They then share childcare duties.flexpaper.studylead.comJane moved quietly down the slope to get closer. Suddenly, she slipped and crashed through the scratchy bushes. The noise echoed all around the valley. The chimps screeched and scampered off. Jane sighed with frustration. The chimps would never let her get close to them.flexpaper.studylead.comThe air cooled suddenly. The great East African sky changed to a deeper blue, then to a blazing orange, and then to pink. As the sun set, the chimpanzees made sleeping nests in the trees. It was time for Jane and Rashidi to pack up for the day.Every night, chimps make new nests. They usually make them in trees by bending the branches and gathering leaves.flexpaper.studylead.comflexpaper.studylead.com11Jane’s diaries about chimpanzeesBack at the camp, Jane sat down to write in her chimpanzee diary. Before she could write anything, an excited voice made her jump. It was Dominic, a member of her team.“Jane You’ll never guess what I saw A chimpanzee, here in the camp He was eating palm nuts from our trees. Then he stole some bananas from the table.”“What did he look like” Jane asked.“He was very large and had long white hairs around his chin,” replied Dominic.“I know him” cried Jane. “It’s the one I call David Greybeard. At last I have a chance to get close to a chimp.”flexpaper.studylead.com12After that day, David Greybeard often visited the camp. He allowed Jane to get near to him in the forest, too. He even took bananas from her hand. Over many months, David’s whole family began to trust her.David opened up his world to Jane. One morning, she saw him sitting on a red termite mound. He was trying to get at the tasty termites inside. flexpaper.studylead.comDavid picked up a thin twig and stripped off its leaves. He poked it into a termite tunnel and pulled it out carefully. The twig came out covered with termites. David had made and used a tool, just like humans do. What a discoveryvChimpanzee art In the 1950s, researcher Desmond Morris taught some chimpanzees to paint. He hoped to find out more about chimps by studying their art.flexpaper.studylead.com 14A glimpse of hopeA small canoe wove silently through an inky black swamp. Above, ramin trees ed a tangled canopy. In the canoe, Birute and Arji listened carefully. The forest sounded so normal. Macaque monkeys chattered as they swung through the trees. Areas that used to be forest Areas of remaining forest Who is Birute More than 30 years ago, Birute Galdikas went to Indonesia to study orangutans. The Indonesian government helped her set up a sanctuary for rescued orangutans in the Tanjung Puting Reserve. Much of the forest has been destroyed by illegal logging.Map of Indonesiaflexpaper.studylead.com 15A shrinking habitat Eighty percent of Indonesia’s natural forest has been cut down. The wood is made into pool cues, furniture, and ornaments.Suddenly, loud chainsaws echoed through the peaceful forest. Illegal loggers were carving their way toward the swamp. “Is this where you saw her” Birute asked Arji. “Yes,” Arji replied. “But we’ll never get to her from the canoe. Let’s walk.” They were looking for a creature high in the trees.flexpaper.studylead.com16The chainsaws stopped. A logger called out, “Timber” The trees fell, cracking and thudding on the forest floor. Then, there was a feeble, frightened grunt. Birute and Arji looked up.“We’ve found her” whispered Arji. “What luck There’s still no sign of her mother. Was she frightened by the loggers This ape must be very weak.”Birute stood very still and called out like a female orangutan. The lonely baby orangutan responded and began to climb down from her tree. A small, red, furry arm wound around Birute’

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