Animal School: What Class Are You?
Animal School: What Class Are You? is a book about the different groups (or classes) of animals. It tells you about each different group by using poems and rhymes. Animal School first talks about how some animals have backbones. Then it teaches about those different groups: reptiles, fish, mammals, birds, and amphibians. These are all the classes of vertebrates. I like that the book teaches you about animals, but it is still interesting to read. I enjoyed the pictures because they are colorful and are of animals in the book. I like the picture of the eagle and the poem that talks about it: “Hollow bones help eagles fly. Feathers take them through the sky.” There is a chart at the end of the book that makes it easy to see how animals are different than each other. My mom really liked Animal School, and she read it to me a lot. I think it is funny in the book that they say all mammals’ ears stick out! I like this book a lot, and think other kids should read it to learn about animals too!
|Author||Michelle Lord, Michael Garland, Illustrator|
|Page Count||32 pages|
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