Wild Winter Creatures! (Wild Kratts) (Step into Reading) (Paperback)
Random House Books for Young Readers, 9781101939062, 32pp.
Publication Date: September 19, 2017
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Library Binding (9/19/2017)
PBS’s successful animated show Wild Kratts joins the adventures of zoologists Chris and Martin Kratt as they travel to animal habitats around the globe. Along the way, they encounter incredible creatures while combining science education with fun. Boys and girls 4 to 6 will love learning to read as the Kratts investigate the different ways in which certain creatures live and survive in cold climates in this Step 2 Step into Reading leveled reader. Bonus stickers add to the fun! Step 2 Readers use basic vocabulary and short sentences to tell simple stories. For children who recognize familiar words and can sound out new words with help.
About the Author
Martin Kratt, along with his brother, Chris Kratt, is a zoologist by training who has built a family entertainment brand based on an enthusiasm for animals and a wild popularity with a family audience. Since founding their production company, Kratt Brothers, in 1993, Chris and Martin have created and executive produced more than 200 episodes of 4 successful television series: Kratts' Creatures, Zoboomafoo with the Kratt Brothers, Kratt Brothers: Be The Creature, and Wild Kratts. They star in these programs playing themselves, and are directors, scriptwriters, authors, and wildlife cinematographers ever in the pursuit of "creature adventure."
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