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The Emperor"s Egg (Book and Audiocassette)
by Scholastic, Inc.
Written in English
This eye-opening book takes us to faraway Antarctica, a place so cold "it's hard to imagine anything living there." But there is something in the distance, barely visible in the inhospitable darkness. As we move closer, we discover the creature's identity: it is a male empire penguin, and he is doing something remarkable: he is caring for an egg. Get this from a library! The emperor's egg. [Martin Jenkins; Jane Chapman] -- Describes the parental behaviour of Emperor penguins, focusing on how the male keeps the egg warm until it hatches and how the parents care for the chick after it is born.
An award-winning picture book about the Emperor penguin's parenting. The Emperor penguin is the only large animal to remain on the Antarctic mainland throughout its bitterly inhospitable winter. Once the female has laid her egg, she heads back to the sea, leaving the male to incubate it. He then spends two months standing on the freezing cold ice Price Range: $ - $ The Emperor's Egg Martin Jenkins, illustrated by Jane Chapman Walker Books ISBN , [pounds sterling] [ILLUSTRATION OMITTED] This book, a 'Junior Information Book' award winner in the TES, tells the life cycle of the emperor penguin through the device of a storytelling voice.
Title: The Emperor's Egg, a Read and Wonder Book By: Martin Jenkins Format: Paperback Number of Pages: 32 Vendor: Candlewick Press Dimensions: X X (inches) Weight: 5 ounces ISBN: ISBN UPC: Ages: Stock No: WWPages: Get this from a library! The emperor's egg. [Martin Jenkins; Jane Chapman] -- Describes the parental behavior of Emperor penguins, focusing on how the male keeps the egg warm until it hatches and how the parents care for the chick after it is born.
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The Emperor's Egg was the first one we bought, and like all the others, it's a treasure. The language is accessible to both my 2- and 4-year-olds. The stories draw them in, and are great starting points for by: 2.
The Emperor’s Egg by Martin Jenkins is a nonfiction book all about Antarctica and emperor penguins. It is best for children ages This book describes the life of emperor penguins and how they lay their eggs and take care of the eggs.
It gives information about their habitat, their diet and how they survive the freezing conditions/5. The Emperor's Egg (Read and Wonder) - Kindle edition by Jenkins, Martin, Chapman, Jane. Download it once and read it on your Kindle device, PC, phones or tablets.
Use features like bookmarks, note taking and highlighting while reading The Emperor's Egg (Read and Wonder)/5(). Praise. The lively text and Jane Chapman’s wonderful illustrations will enthrall youngsters —School Library Journal Among the most charming books of is an usually playful book on The Emperors Egg book that you can read with a 2-year-old or use for your second-grader’s science report.
quite a perfect children’s book, not to mention the fact that it’s hard to find good books that celebrate. That's just what the male emperor penguin does. While his mate is off swimming in the ocean and catching loads of fish, he stands around in the freezing cold with an egg on his feet for two whole months, keeping it warm and waiting for it to hatch.
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Now his. This product goes along with the book "The Emperor's Egg", by Martin Jenkins. The non-fiction, informational book explains the process that emperor penguins go through to hatch a baby chick. This book study contains the following components: **Review Quiz. Buy The Emperor's Egg: 1 by Jenkins, Martin, Chapman, Jane (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store.
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It is a complete and “easy to follow” detailed lesson to help teachers teach students how to think and understand what they are reading. Synopsis This is an award-winning picture book about the Emperor penguin's Emperor penguin is the only large animal to remain on the Antarctic mainland throughout its bitterly inhospitable winter.
Once the female has laid her egg Reviews: The Emperor's Egg Resources from PrimaryGradesClassPage This site has some really good resources. You can find a vocabulary powerpoint that is made really well, a spelling test, a study guide for the story, grammar test, skill sheets, and phonics and language drills.
About The Emperor’s Egg Big Book “Students who are wild about penguins and classrooms doing units on them will find The Emperor’s Egg an action-packed read.” — School Library Journal Can you imagine spending the winter outdoors in Antarctica without anything at all to eat. That’s just what the male Emperor penguin does.
For two entire months, without any food, the male Emperor nestles the fragile egg on his feet, tucked securely into his rich fur. The temperatures are brutal, and only by strategic care and attention will the precious chick survive to hatch.
The text and illustrations of this book work well to introduce this remarkable feat to young children. The Emperor's Egg by readbook 2 September An award-winning picture book about the Emperor penguin's Emperor penguin is the only large animal to remain on the Antarctic mainland throughout its bitterly inhospitable winter.
The egg of the Emperor Penguin is 12 × 8 cm (4¾ x 3 in) and somewhat pear-shaped. The female penguin lays one – g (1 lb) egg in May or early June. The transfer of the egg can be awkward and difficult, and many penguin couples drop the egg during this process.
The Emperor's Egg Martin Jenkins, Author, Jane Chapman, Illustrator Candlewick Press (MA) $ (32p) ISBN More By and About This Author Buy this book After Chapman (One. Buy a cheap copy of The Emperor's Egg Big Book: Read and by Martin Jenkins. There are 17 kinds of penguin but the Emperor is the only one that breeds in Antarctica in midwinter.
The adults arrive at their breeding areas--often as far as Free shipping over $/5(5). book list The Emperor's Egg The Emperor's Egg by Martin Jenkins. Can you imagine spending the winter outdoors in Antarctica without anything to eat. That's just what the male Emperor penguin does.
While his mate is off swimming and catching loads of fish, he stands around in the freezing cold with an egg on his feet for two whole months.
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Jane Chapman’s acrylic art and a lively, well-paced narration will transport viewers to the Antarctic to slip, slide, and smile with a close-knit community of Emperor penguins in this iconographic video version of Martin Jenkins' award-winning, non-fiction picture book.
That’s just what the male Emperor penguin does. While his mate is off swimming in the ocean and catching loads of fish, he stands around in the freezing cold with an egg on his feet for two whole months, keeping it warm and waiting for it to hatch.
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