Does your child love everything about the slow, sleepy world of sloths? Then this children's reading book, packed full of fun facts and cute sloth pictures, will be perfect for them. In this chapter book for children you'll trek deep into the South American rainforest in search of adorable sloths. Packed full of amazing animal facts, children will be fascinated to find out what makes this sleepy animal so slow, how they're such expert swimmers, and why they look like they're always smiling. These fascinating facts are paired with adorable photographs of llamas, providing an ideal balance of words and images for children learning to read. Created with the help of top literacy consultants, Sloths is the perfect book to help build general knowledge at the same time as learning to read. And as this unique animal is such a favourite for kids, this book will encourage reading for pleasure, which is linked with improved reading and writing skills. Sloths is a new Level 2 title in the engaging four level DK Readers series, aimed at children who are beginning to read. Developing a lifelong love of reading, DK Readers cover a vast range of fascinating subjects to support children as they become confident readers. DK Level 2 readers are suitable for children reading book band books up to orange level.
Read about the lives of long-necked llamas! Why do llamas spit? What's the difference between a llama and an alpaca? Find out everything you need to know about this amazing animal.
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