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by Carolyn Scrace,Gerald Legg

From Egg to Chicken (Lifecycles) download ebook
ISBN:
0749662190
ISBN13:
978-0749662196
Author:
Carolyn Scrace,Gerald Legg
Publisher:
Franklin Watts Ltd; 2r.e edition (September 8, 2005)
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Pages:
32 pages
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1705 kb
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1477 kb
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Rating:
4.8

Lifecycles (Franklin Watts). By Carolyn Scrace, Gerald Legg. Series Information: This series traces the growth process of a particular plant. see all Learn about the life cycle of a chicken as it grows from an egg into an adult.

Lifecycles (Franklin Watts). Series Information: This series traces the growth process of a particular plant or animal, using simple, clear texts and detailed, full-color artwork.

Lifecycles is a series of four books that focus on animals and plants familiar to most children. Written by a zoologist, these books are accurate and scientific, and written to promote further discussion, but essentially they are also full of interesting details that children will love.

From Egg to Chicken (Lifecycles). by Gerald Legg, Carolyn Scrace. Coauthors & Alternates. ISBN 9780749662196 (978-0-7496-6219-6) Softcover, Franklin Watts Ltd, 2005.

From Egg to Chicken (Life. has been added to your Cart. After having raised dozens and dozens of chickens, the real truth is chickens do NOT lay several eggs at a time. There are many children who will believe what you write and it needs to be the absolute truth.

Each volume in this series looks at the lifecycle of an animal or plant, with very large, vivid illustrations, and very . Large illustrations and simple text describe what an egg is made of and how it hatches into a chicken.

Large illustrations and simple text describe what an egg is made of and how it hatches into a chicken.

Learn about the life cycle of chickens, from how eggs grow to how they hatch into chicks, and how those chicks grown into chickens. Also learn what chickens eat, why they cluck, and learn about some record-breaking chickens.

Gerald Legg, Carolyn Scrace. From Egg to Chicken (Lifecycles). Published March 1st 1998 by Franklin Watts Ltd. Hardcover, 32 pages.

From Egg to Chicken (Paperback). Published September 1st 1998 by Children's Press(CT). Author(s): Gerald Legg. Gerald Legg, Carolyn Scrace. ISBN: 0749662190 (ISBN13: 9780749662196).

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Chicken life cycle with titles. Stages of chicken growth from egg to adult bird.

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Reviews:
  • Hurus
This book was the perfect book to read to my first graders as we hatched baby chicks for a local farmer in our classroom incubator. It was well illustrated, informative and the correct level for first graders. It is a very useful book for teaching the lifecycle of chickens. I would certainly add it to any classroom library or science reference books for young children. They will learn proper terms and many interesting details about chicks from egg to adulthood.
  • Araath
We Loved the book and it would have been very helpful if the book had been delivered in a timely manner.
We were in the process of hatching eggs in our pre- school room and seeing this life- cycle would have been interesting.
Unfortunately, book ordered April 20 eggs Hatched April 25th.. and the book arrived MAY !0
  • Zonama
I didn't think much of this little book. It contains misleading statements--certainly not what one wants in a book meant for educational purposes. The illustrations are nice. That's about it.
  • Darkraven
This is a wonderful book for children and adults to read to children. There is however, a mistake that should be corrected in the book. After having raised dozens and dozens of chickens, the real truth is chickens do NOT lay several eggs at a time. They lay only ONE EGG at a time and it takes about 25 hours for a chicken to produce and egg, so you can generally expect an egg a day from each chicken, (some do lay less)Please do more research and correct this mistake. There are many children who will believe what you write and it needs to be the absolute truth. Thanks!
  • Dishadel
Great condition.
  • Boyn
i ordered this book to help with cycles -- ok but doesn't really interest kids 3-4 age though
maybe a bit older
  • Fast Lovebird
Good book for preschoolers
Great book!