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Axolotl

Dawn Bluemel Oldfield

Axolotl

by Dawn Bluemel Oldfield

  • 226 Want to read
  • 26 Currently reading

Published by Bearport Publishing Company, Incorporated in New York, New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Juvenile literature,
  • Axolotls,
  • Amphibians

  • About the Edition

    What"s that odd-looking salamander that never leaves the water? It"s an axolotl! Beginning readers will learn all about these strange yet wonderful creatures in this delightful title. They will also learn basic information about axolotls, including what they eat and the story behind their long, feathery gills. Each 24-page book features controlled text with age-appropriate vocabulary and simple sentence construction. The lively text, colorful design, and eye-catching photos are sure to capture the interest of emergent readers.

    Edition Notes

    Statementby Dawn Bluemel Oldfield ; consultant, Darin Collins, DVM, Director, Animal Health Programs, Woodland Park Zoo, Seattle, Washington
    SeriesWeirder and cuter, Weirder and cuter
    ContributionsCollins, Darin
    The Physical Object
    Pagination24 p.
    Number of Pages24
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL26953391M
    ISBN 101684022614
    ISBN 109781684022618

    Axolotl Water Requirements: A Complete Guide Your aquarium’s water quality plays a big role in the healthiness of your axolotl. Find out everything you need to know about water requirements for axolotls in . "Axolotl" was first published in At that time, Cortazar no longer lived in his native Argentina, but in Paris, France. The story is set in Paris and appears to take place in the time it was.

    Summary: Cute as an Axolotl is a nonfiction book that discusses many animals that people consider cute. The book addresses "the science of cute" as children can explore these intriguing animals. Evaluation: I enjoyed reading Cute as an Axolotl. I think many children have animals that they think are cute, and this book teaches them about cute /5.   Axolotl Facts and Information Ambystoma mexicanum Introduction to Axolotl. The Axolotl is a type of salamander. They are often mistaken for Waterdogs. They are closely related to Tiger size of them can range from 6 inches to 18 inches long.

    The axolotls, encompassing the only distinct imagery the story offers, become sensual beings, creatures evoking deep passion, whether physically or essentially. The shame is a reaction against this passion, a reflection of Cortázar’s internal conflict as an Argentinean native attempting to become a European writer. Axolotl Book Bag From Upcycled T-shirts & Curtains: I made this bag as a birthday present for my sister - the design was inspired by her star sign (Pisces), hence the shape and the starry background. (And axolotls are just adorable, right?)Around half of the fabric used in this project was upcycled.


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Axolotl!: An Info-Picturebook for 7 to 11 Year Olds The book was very well written. Illustrations were very well done. Any Teacher would love to use this book in their classroom. The book had a lot of information and the children will really love it/5(38).

This book provides detailed information about Axolotls including keeping them as pets, health concerns, breeding, and their importance in medical research. The book is written in an easy to read and understandable style/5(63).

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Care of Exotic Pets: Number 1. The Axolotl at Bedtime. When asked about the Axolotl, he said that while he considers the story finished, the Axolotl is basically a sequel hook in case he ever wants to revisit this world in the future (either an animated project or comics), though he stressed that he didn't actually have anything specific in mind at the moment - he just wanted to leave his options open:Home: Time and space between time and space.

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The book is written in an easy to read and understandable style. Axolotl care, tanks, habitat, diet, buying, life span, food, cost, breeding, regeneration, fun facts, and more all included. The Must Have Guide for all pet owners. This book provides detailed information about Axolotls including keeping them as pets, health concerns, breeding, and their importance in medical research/5(5).

Scott, Peter W., "Axolotls",T.F.H. Publications. Later reissued as "Axolotls: Care and Breeding in Captivity",T.F.H. Publications. This book begins by describing the Axolotl's obscure name and significance and goes on to cover its feeding, housing, breeding, genetics, and diseases.

This Study Guide consists of approximately 44 pages of chapter summaries, quotes, character analysis, themes, and more - everything you need to sharpen your knowledge of Axolotl.

The narrator of this short story was once a man studying the axolotls in the aquarium of a Parisian zoo. Somehow, though. The short story "Axolotl" by Julio Cortázar follows the magical transformation of the narrator into an axolotl--an amphibious creature (known as the "Mexican walking fish") which does not undergo.

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The book is written in an easy to read and understandable style. In a straight forward, no nonsense fashion, Lolly Brown covers all aspects of : NRB Publishing. Axolotls. 8, likes 19 talking about this.

Axolotls are astounding amphibians, and Axolotl aficionados are appreciated. Axolotls are among the most popular salamanders in the world, and within the pages of this book you'll find all the information needed to successfully house, feed, and breed them.

With over sixty pages of authoritative text and an equal number of full-color photos, this book is a true bargain/5. This book of poetry about metamorphosis imagines Kafka in Kaifaqu, the famous European writer in China, which he loved, but it'sand it's the New China.

And there are axolotl for sale in the Development Zone of Dalian known as Kaifaqu Station. Canadian poet Martin Avery's tenth book of poetry is book #10 in his Great Wall Of China Book Series. Julio Cortazar's short story "Axolotl," from his collection Final del juego (End of the Game, and Other Stories), has disturbed, perplexed, and delighted a growing number of devoted readers and critics since its publication in One of Cortazar's most famous stories, it is told by a man who has been transformed into an axolotl, a species of salamander, after spending many hours watching.

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