Beastly Tales (DK Readers Level 3) by Malcolm Yorke

By Malcolm Yorke

This point three publication is ideal for kids who can learn by myself. Do those monsters quite exist? learn those striking precise tales -- then come to a decision for your self! The 48-page point three books, designed for kids who can learn on their lonesome, comprise extra advanced sentence constitution and extra aspect. younger readers will consume those kid-friendly titles, which disguise high-interest themes equivalent to sharks, and the Bermuda Triangle, in addition to classics like Aladdin. info bins spotlight historic references, trivialities, pronunciation, and different evidence approximately phrases and names pointed out. Averaging 2,400 to 2,800 phrases, those books provide a 50/50 picture-to-text ratio. The Dorling Kindersley Readers mix an attractive visible format with high-interest, easy-to-read tales to captivate and pleasure younger bookworms who're simply getting begun. Written by way of prime kid's authors and compiled in session with literacy specialists, those attractive books construct reader self assurance in addition to a lifelong appreciation for nonfiction, vintage tales, and biographies. there's a DK Reader to curiosity each baby at each point, from preschool to grade four.

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The two men came back with their film, and told their story. Some people didn’t believe them. They said the two men had made the film themselves. So the scientists studied the film – they wanted to see if it was a fake. 43 Experts in the USA and in Russia looked carefully at the film. Some people said that the creature in the film wasn’t really a bigfoot – it was a man wearing a special fur suit. So the experts examined the film and studied the way bigfoot moved, and in the end they decided that the film was not a fake.

It was made from the hair and skin of other animals. We haven’t found a yeti, but people still see yeti footprints. In 1992, a climber called Julian Freeman-Atwood saw some footprints on a glacier in Asia – Julian was the first person on that mountain for thirty years. Monster crazy Everyone is interested in the yeti – and there are now a lot of stories in books and newspapers. Some are serious, and some are just good fun. So what kind of creature is the yeti – and will we ever know anything more about it?

47 Paperback level 3 228 x 150mm UK Glossary 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 abominable snowman Another name for the yeti (see yeti). bigfoot A big, hairy creature like an ape, that some people believe lives in north-west American forests. Cryptocleidus A kind of plesiosaur that lived in the sea around Scotland 70 million years ago. glacier A huge mountain of ice that moves very slowly. Himalayas The highest group of mountains in the world, in Nepal, India, and Tibet. kelpie A water monster that some people believe lives in Scottish rivers and lakes.

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