Africanized Honeybees

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    Through dynamic infographics, charts, up-close photos and strong reading level control this title explores the invasion of Africanized honeybees, including where they came from and their impact within biomes and food webs.

    Invasive Species Takeover

    Countless angry bees headed our way! Fish that eat everything in the water where they're swimming! It's an invasive species takeover! This series examines some of the most prominent nonnative animals and plants making an impact in their newfound homes.

    Key Highlights

    • Cause-and-effect approach suited to NGSS-based classroom instruction and library programming.
    • Attention-grabbing, instructive photos and text-reinforcing infographics attract and hold readers.
    • Innovative design may entice readers who are usually reluctant to read about science.

    About BOLT

    BOLT encourages a wide variety of students, including reluctant readers, by providing them with books featuring appealing topics and carefully prepared text. Innovative infographics and attention-commanding photography draw in young readers, and accessible, leveled text helps even the most challenged readers understand the material and enjoy the reading experience. This strong image/text integration aids in comprehension and complements classroom instruction, helping each and every student reach his or her learning potential!

    SKU: BB30217 |  ISBN: 978-0-7166-9697-1 |  Pages: 32 |  6.5" x 9"  |  Interest Level: Grades 2-6
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