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Bengal tigers are an endangered species due to many human-caused factors, such as poaching, habitat destruction, and global warming. In Robert Wells's signature style, this book explores these difficult topics in a child-friendly manner with endearing illustrations--and it gives kids ways they can help to save the tigers, too....

Title : Can We Share the World with Tigers?
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ISBN : 9780807510551
Format Type : Hardcover
Number of Pages : 32 Pages
Status : Available For Download
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Can We Share the World with Tigers? Reviews

  • My Book Addiction and More MBA
    2019-02-22 06:07

    CAN WE SHARE THE WORLD WITH TIGERS? by Robert E. Wells is another interesting Children's books/Science. Standard Core: Science series. Age Range: 6-9 years. Filled with information on Wildlife conservation,endangered species,India,and Bengal Tigers to name a few. Very informative and educational. Educators,students,Science bluffs,and young readers alike will enjoy this title. The world of Science has never been so fun. Very intriguing for children,young readers and old alike will get to explore the world of extinct plants and animals as well as information on Earth and how to help prevent extinction. Also as a glossary.Easy to follow. A must read! I don't like science particularly but truly enjoyed this title. Received for an honest review from the publisher.RATING: 4HEAT RATING: NONE(CHILDREN'S BOOKS)REVIEWED BY: AprilR, My Book Addiction Reviews

  • Bethe
    2019-02-28 23:01

    Not sure what to make of this book - it is classified as a 599 for the few pages that have actual content about the Bengal tiger. Most of the information is more along the lines of a 577 habitat or Earth Day book. I have never heard of the "5 mass extinction" periods which aren't clearly explained except for the dinosaurs. The book is very colorful with engaging illustrations, but the text font is very big, making the pages feel cluttered and busy. Curious to read other books in this series.