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published: Oct 2005
ISBN:9780778713036

Skates and Rays

by Rebecca Sjonger & Bobbie Kalman

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Skates and Rays provides children with a fascinating description of two of the most interesting fish species on Earth. Beautiful full-color photographs and concise text help children discover how these animals with skeletons made of cartilage move through water, how they hunt, what they eat, and how they protect themselves from other animals in the oceans.

About the Authors

Rebecca Sjonger

REBECCA SJONGER is the author of twenty-five non-fiction books for children and young adults, including Life in the Far North and The Life Cycle of a Bat, as well as other "Resource Links of the Year" selections. She lives in Huntsville, Ontario.
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Bobbie Kalman

REBECCA SJONGER is the author of twenty-five non-fiction books for children and young adults, including Life in the Far North and The Life Cycle of a Bat, as well as other "Resource Links of the Year" selections. She lives in Huntsville, Ontario.
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Age:
7 to 10
Grade:
3 to 4

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Skates and Rays (Living Ocean)

Skates and rays are fish. Learn how these cartilaginous creatures move through water, feed, hunt and use their senses to protect themselves.

Source: The Canadian Children’s Book Centre. Canadian Children’s Book News. 2007.

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