25 facts about the amazon rainforest
25 Amazon Rainforest Animals. Amazing facts, photos and video links to some of the most amazing animals from the rainforests! by IC WildlifeIP Factly presents... 25 Amazon Rainforest Animals
Amazing facts, photos and video links looking at some of the amazing animals from the Amazon Rainforest
Aimed mainly at the 8+ age range, its a fun and exciting way for newly and not so newly independent readers to find out more about animals. Books by IP Factly have been #1 kindle bestsellers because they present animals in a fun and entertaining way - mixing facts, photos and video clips.
IP Factlys Amazing Animal series has been designed to encourage and bolster independent reading.
Accompanying webpages with video clips
This book provides fact after fact for information hungry children to tell family and friends, and even has accompanying webpages with video clips of all the rainforest animals from the book.
It makes learning fun and gives a real reason for children to want to read by themselves. Kids will love discovering animal facts to share and enjoy.
The Amazing Animals range encourages children along the path to truly independent reading and learning.
See for yourself by clicking on the front cover to look inside the book.
This book is great for newly independent readers and not-so-newly independent readers alike. Difficult words are explained and fascinating facts are explored.
The Jungle animals are accompanied by pictures and facts plus video links so children can learn more about the animals and how they behave.
The video links mean children come back again and again, naturally developing their reading and learning skills.
Reviews for other IP Factly books
5.0 out of 5 stars Fabulous Little Book By Spudman (Pasadena, MD United States)
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This review is from: The 25 Weirdest Animals in the World!
I downloaded this book on a whim and am glad I did. The animals featured are fascinating, as are the accompanying photos. I really like the links to videos at the end of each segment.
Readers learn the habitat, diet and description of each creature. Young readers will certainly enjoy this book. Even this older reader was entertained by it.
5.0 out of 5 stars My son loves this book! By K. Smith Taaa! (St. Louis, MO)
This review is from: 25 of the Most Poisonous Animals in the World!
This book is really cool. It is part of a series of books 25 of the most _______ in the world. It gives a great description of the animal, what it does, lives, eats, ect. But at the end of each animal, there is a link to click on and it will take you to a webpage with videos of the animal. My son will read this book and watch the videos for hours on end. This is a really great education tool. The concept is fabulous! I highly suggest buying this book for your kiddo. My son and I have so much fun watching and reading this together. You or your kid will not be dissapointed.
Animals from the Amazon Rainforest include:
Amazon River Dolphin
Brazilian Wandering Spider
Poison Dart Frog
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10 Mind Blowing Facts About The Amazon Rainforest
25+ Spectacular Facts About the Amazon Rainforest
The name 'Amazon' was given by Spanish explorer Francisco Orellana, after he was attacked by female warriors named theIcamiabas, or 'women without husbands'. He compared them to the Amazons of Greek mythology. If Amazonia were a country, it would be the 9th largest in the world, measuring in at a whopping 2. The Amazon rainforest contains more than 3, fruits. Only of these are consumed in the western world. One hectare 2.
The Amazon is a haven of superlatives. In truth, virtually everything about the Amazon seems so larger-than-life, it can be difficult to decide what you want to focus on. Due to regular rains, the forest is a dazzling shade of green, its vividness matched only the brilliant blue of the sky. So instead, here are 25 fascinating Amazon rainforest facts that will help explain how truly unique this classic ecotourism hotspot is. But fellow Spanish explorer Francisco de Orellana was the first European to travel the entire length of the Amazon River, making the epic journey in He named it after the warrior women from Greek mythology because his expedition was attacked by a group of female warriors on the river. According to the U.
Ready for an amazing outdoor adventure with Nat Geo Kids? Covering over 5. To complete his splashing jungle journey, Martin powered through the water for up to ten hours a day for 66 days! The Amazon is home to a whole host of fascinating — and deadly! And what makes it super deadly?