Review of DEAR VAMPIRE: 5.0 out of 5 stars From The Very Beginning This Book Really Sucks You In!
Nobody thinks of vampires as being real, but this book very skillfully leads you through some vampires that most of us would never imagine. Scientific fact is presented from page to page about the different blood sucking beings in a conversational yet direct way that piques the interest of the reader into turning the page.
From the obvious vampire bat to lowly bed bug the facts are to the point, and not overwhelming. The conversation between Frankie and the different wildlife is done through postal letters, which is a refreshing difference from the immediate information most of us receive from computers and the internet. Facts are posted on a bulletin board and each board is different from the other in structure and notes with the push pins leading the reader from left to right and fact to fact.
This fantastic book should be in every school classroom and library. Fantastic!—Books Children Read https://bookschildrenread.com/dear-vampire/
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Bugs on the Job showcases decomposers, pollinators, and those who live and work together in colonies.
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Others flit and flutter like flying flowers. 'BEE'-tiful!
All work as community helpers! Brilli-'ANT'!
'Fun Facts About Bugs' back matter gives the reader fascinating facts about each.
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