Guess What

Set of 20 titles

Young children are natural problem solvers and always looking for answers, especially when it involves interesting animals and insects. The Guess What series of books provides young curious readers with striking visual clues and simply written hints. Using the photos and text, readers rely on visual literacy skills, reading, and reasoning as they solve each colorful mystery. Clearly written facts give readers a deeper understanding of how each subject lives. Additional text features, including a glossary and an index, help students locate information and learn new words.

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Title   ATOS Format Qty
Guess What (20 titles)
Awesome Arms: Octopus 1.0
Big and Blubbery: Walrus 1.1
Blue and Bumpy: Blue Crab 1.0
Bright and Beautiful: Butterfly 1.1
Fast and Flightless: Ostrich 1.0
Feathered and Fierce: Bald Eagle 1.1
Fiercely Feline: Lion 1.0
Flashy Feathers: Macaw 1.0
Flying Flippers: Sea Turtle 1.3
Hairy Hunter: Tarantula 1.1
High-Speed Hoppers: Kangaroo 1.1
Lanky Legs: Praying Mantis 1.2
Majestic Manes: Horse 1.1
Poised and Pink: Flamingo 1.2
Quick and Quiet: Dragonfly 1.2
Scaly Swimmers: Crocodile 1.1
Slinky Sliders: Rattlesnake 1.3
Sneaky Snouts: Giant Anteater 1.2
Spotted Singers: Leopard Frog 0.9
Twisty Tails: Chameleon 1.1
Interest Level Kindergarten - Grade 2
Reading Level Grade 1
Dewey 594/.56-636.1
Lexile 290-470
ATOS Reading Level 0.9-1.3
Guided Reading Level D-E
Language English
Publisher Cherry Lake Publishing
Available Formats Reinforced book (9781634707121), Paperback (9781634707428), PDF (9781634707275), ePub (9781634709378), Hosted ebook (9781634707572), Kindle (9781634708487)
Copyright 2016
Number of Pages 24
Dimensions 8.25 x 8.25
Graphics

School Library Journal - Guess What Series

This series takes a follow-the-clues approach to help early readers learn to use species traits in order to confidently identify animals. The traits or “clues” start off vague (“I have more eyes than you”) and increasingly become more species specific (“I use silk to line my nest”). Each clue is paired with a photo that specifically corresponds to it (for instance, a close-up of a tarantula creating a nest). The final reveal comes at the end of each book, along with an “About” section that further defines some of the hints, occasionally using scientific terminology such as species, migrate, and nymph. VERDICT This series is sure to keep the interest of children.