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¡Mira, una raya! (Look, a Ray!), Kenan, Tessa

¡Mira, una raya! (Look, a Ray!)

Author: Kenan, Tessa
Publisher: Lerner Publishing Group
ISBN: 9781512484663, Related ISBNs: 1512484660, 23375EAUD, 9781512428674, 9781512429466, 9781512429473
Classification: Non-Fiction


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¿Qué es eso deslizándose por el agua? ¡Es una manta ray! Obtenga más información sobre estos peces planos con fotografías de color, diagramas y más. Las preguntas de pensamiento crítico y un glosario de fotos ayudarán a introducir a los lectores jóvenes al género de no ficción con un enfoque en un animal marino.

What's that gliding through the water? It's a manta ray! Learn more about these flat fish with full-color photographs, diagrams, and more. In this Spanish-language edition, age-appropriate critical thinking questions and a photo glossary will help introduce young readers to the nonfiction genre with a focus on a strange and captivating sea animal.

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