Baby Sloths

Baby Sloths

Who is up in the trees? It is a baby sloth! Beginning readers can learn all about these slow-moving babies, from what they eat to how they grow. Simple, predictable text and crisp photos work together to present a variety of information, while a facts page and a photo glossary summarize and clarify the text. This adorable title is perfect for students looking to practice independent reading!


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Publisher Bellwether Media
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ISBN 1648347185
Pages 24 pages
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