Gooey Jellyfish

Gooey Jellyfish Jellyfish dont have eyes They dont have brains either So how do they catch food and stay safe from enemies The answers are just some of the fascinating facts children will discover as they enter the

  • Title: Gooey Jellyfish
  • Author: Natalie Lunis Bill Murphy
  • ISBN: 9781597165105
  • Page: 173
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Jellyfish dont have eyes They dont have brains, either So how do they catch food and stay safe from enemies The answers are just some of the fascinating facts children will discover as they enter the weird and watery world of these gooey sea creatures In Gooey Jellyfish, large, colorful photos and clear, grade appropriate text will engage emergent readers as they learnJellyfish dont have eyes They dont have brains, either So how do they catch food and stay safe from enemies The answers are just some of the fascinating facts children will discover as they enter the weird and watery world of these gooey sea creatures In Gooey Jellyfish, large, colorful photos and clear, grade appropriate text will engage emergent readers as they learn about the natural habitat, physical characteristics, diet, and behavior of these unusual and unique underwater invertebrates.

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    1. Part of the No Backbone! series on invertebrates, Gooey Jellyifsh presents facts about these spineless sea creations in clear short sentences, using analogies children will be familiar with, such as by defining size range from the size of a grape to the size of a person. Each two page spread contains text on the left with a photo on the right, and an additional fact or two in a bubble. The information is arranged logically, first introducing the concept of invertebrates, then talking about jelly [...]

    2. Gooey Jellyfish is one of the No Backbone! The World of Invertebrates series by Natalie Lunis that features fascinating creatures without a backbone. The jellyfish is a fascinating and beautiful creature, and one of my personal favorite animals to read about. Did you know there are more than 2,000 kinds of jellyfish? And of those only 70 can harm or kill a person with their stingers? This collection gives several interesting facts about invertebrates and stunning photographs; a wonderful additio [...]

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