Eels

Darla Duhaime (author)

Publisher: Rourke Publishing ISBN: 9781683424918

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Description

Eels are amazing creatures. They are practically invisible when they are born. And they can swim backward! Dive in to learn more about eels.

Reading Level
Lexile
440L
Fountas Pinnell Guided Reading
J
ATOS
2.2
DRA
28
Categories
Genre
Marine Life Nature
Interest Age
Ages 3-5 Ages 6-8
Grade
Kindergarten 1st Grade 2nd Grade
Subject
Science
Language
English (US)
Fiction/Non-Fiction
Non-Fiction
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