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an early biology book 18 April 2012
By Richard Chappell - Published on Amazon.com
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This is an early science book for children. It could possibly even be a school book, maybe 3 or 4th grade (I'm guessing). I could imagine taking this book with you the ocean to study marine biology. There are eleven lessons (or chapters).

The lessons are about starfish, the shoreline, birds of the shore, crabs, shrimp, prawns and barnacles, plants of the shore, flower-like animals, sea-weeds and sea-grass, jellyfish, and shells and their builders 1 and 2. At the end of each chapter, there are 4 or 5 questions about information given in the lesson. Questions from Lesson One are:
1. Where is the mouth of the starfish placed?
2. Describe how the starfish moves.
3. How does the starfish feed on the oyster?
4. Why is the Brittle Star given that name?
5. How do the starfish and sea urchin keep themselves clean?

There is a contents page, and it is interactive. The contents page mentions color and black-and-white illustrations, but they are not included in the Kindle download. I saw no formatting issues. I couldn't find a publication date, but the language used doesn't seem too antiquated. This book would be of great use to homeschooling families, or a child that loves to learn about all kinds of things.

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