Etiqueta: Laura Marsh

National Geographic Readers: Los Lobos (wolves)

National Geographic Readers: Los Lobos (wolves)

They run in packs, stalk their prey, and howl at the moon. And no matter where you are–theyre always lurking somewhere nearby. Wolves, the predatory puppy dogs of the wild, are feared and loved by people everywhere. But are they misunderstood? In this fascinating level 2 Spanish reader, youll learn that theres much more to >>Leer más<<

National Geographic Readers: Los Ponis (ponies)

National Geographic Readers: Los Ponis (ponies)

Cute and clumsy, ponies are adored by kids all around the world. Found in petting zoos or roaming in wild hillsides, these animals are favorites among adults and kids alike. Enough fascinating information is accompanied by wonderful photographs to insure that kids natural curiosity is both satisfied AND inspired. National Geographic supports K-12 educators with >>Leer más<<

National Geographic Readers: Grandes Migraciones: Las Ballenas (great Migrations: Whales)

National Geographic Readers: Grandes Migraciones: Las Ballenas (great Migrations: Whales)

In a world of changing global temperatures both on land and in the sea, the annual migrations of animals include amazing stories of incredible strength and the will to survive. New technology for tracking animals is helping us to understand the world in constant motion. This journey follows the sperm whale as it travels in >>Leer más<<