Polar Bears

Polar Bears Whose fur isn t really white Who usually gives birth to twins Who s the biggest bear in the world The Polar Bear Full of fascinating information this book explores the world of the polar bear on land

  • Title: Polar Bears
  • Author: Mark Newman
  • ISBN: 9780805089998
  • Page: 354
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Whose fur isn t really white Who usually gives birth to twins Who s the biggest bear in the world The Polar Bear Full of fascinating information, this book explores the world of the polar bear on land and under water Get ready to be wooed by adorable baby cubs and impressed by majestic adult bears captured in stunning photographs by renowned wildlife photographer Mark NewWhose fur isn t really white Who usually gives birth to twins Who s the biggest bear in the world The Polar Bear Full of fascinating information, this book explores the world of the polar bear on land and under water Get ready to be wooed by adorable baby cubs and impressed by majestic adult bears captured in stunning photographs by renowned wildlife photographer Mark Newman.

    Polar Bear Facts Conservation Polar Bears International All about polar bears, from polar bear cubs and adaptations to status and threats Facts, photos, research, and news from leading polar bear nonprofit. Polar bear The polar bear Ursus maritimus is a hypercarnivorous bear whose native range lies largely within the Arctic Circle, encompassing the Arctic Ocean, its surrounding seas and surrounding land masses.It is a large bear, approximately the same size as the omnivorous Kodiak bear Ursus arctos middendorffi A boar adult male weighs around kg , lb , while a sow adult female Polar Bears in Svalbard Kjell Henriksen Observatory KHO Polar Bears in Svalbard Polar Bears and Humans Polar bears are potentially dangerous animals, and you should never move around in polar bear territory without being well pre Basic Facts About Polar Bears Defenders of Wildlife Polar bears are the largest land carnivores in the world, rivaled only by the Kodiak brown bears of southwestern Alaska Polar bears sit at the top of the food chain in the biologically rich Arctic. Polar Bear Tour Churchill Polar Bears When you re standing on the outdoor platform of our Polar Rover, the chill Arctic air feels invigorating But even thrilling is the sight of a huge polar bear Sometimes they are silhouetted against the horizon, slowly moving shadows on the vast expanse of tundra On other occasions, one may ActionBioscience promoting bioscience literacy The lifestyle of polar bears is dramatically different from their brown bear ancestors Despite their brief evolutionary separation, these two species exploit vastly different energy sources. Polar Bears Facts, Eat, Baby, Population, Endangered Polar Bears Polar bears have uniquely adapted to living near the farthest tip of the Northern Hemisphere They live in the Arctic territories of North America and Eurasia They are distributed in the following countries Canada, Russia, Norway, Greenland Denmark , and the United States of America. Cool Facts About Polar Bears Listverse Aug , Polar bears are some of the most iconic and popular animals on the planet They show up everywhere from soda commercials to fantasy novels, from Polar bears WWF Polar bears have a strong cultural significance for Arctic people, and beyond, polar bears are top predators in their food web Which means they play a vital role in the balance of their ecosystem. Polar Bear National Geographic Polar bears live in one of the planet s coldest environments and depend on a thick coat of insulated fur, which covers a warming layer of fat.

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    1. Audience: primaryGenre: non fictionNCTE Orbis Pictus Award 2011 HonorTwin text: The Seekers Series by Erin Hunter OR Little Polar by Marcus Pfister Mark Newman captures true nature and beauty through his photos of these amazingly majestic animals. On every page, there is one large photo along with one or two smaller pictures of polar bears. Easier to comprehend sentences in a larger print allow for the young reader’s focus to be drawn to the main concepts of the pages. However, more informatio [...]

    2. This fascinating picture book about polar bears would be a great pick to read to your classroom of boys and girls. I would recommend this book for children four and up because this book is great for all ages. The appeal this book brings with its beautiful pictures of polar bears in their natural habitat and the captivating facts that even I never knew myself, is what makes this book great for all ages. This would be a great book for reluctant readers, as well as those who love reading books abou [...]

    3. Large photographs of polar bears up close and from a distance present a visual tribute to these majestic animals whose livelihood is threatened by global warming and the melting of the Arctic ice cap. Each double-page spread features a photograph and an important fact or characteristic of polar bears; for instance, they are twins and they are patient. After providing interesting snippets about the animals, the author carefully reminds readers that they are few and they are endangered, bringing a [...]

    4. This is a very informative book about polar bears. This book talks about how polar bears are the biggest bears in the world. This book talks about polar bears when they are cubs and all the way up until they are fully grown. The most important thing this book touched on is how polar bears are endangered animals and why.

    5. This non- fiction picture book is full of photos of adult and cub polar bears. Also, it is full of some very interesting facts about them. There are many facts in this book that I did not know. Polar bears only weigh about one pound when they are born and their fur really isn’t white! This is a very informative book with photos that will engage the reader.

    6. “The United States Department of the Interior declared the polar bear a threatened species – the first animal added to the endangered species list because of global warming.”Mark Newman captures true nature and beauty through his photographs of the amazingly majestic polar bear. With every turn of a page there is one large photo along with one or two smaller pictures of these Artic animals. Easier to comprehend sentences in a larger print allow for the reader’s attention to be drawn to t [...]

    7. Fiction Twin Text: Polar Opposites, Erik Brooks, 2010.Rationale: I chose to pair the books Polar Bears by Mark Newman and Polar Opposites by Erik Brooks because I feel they work really well together. Polar Opposites is a story about a polar bear and a penguin who are complete opposites, but are somehow best friends. The book eludes to the many differences between these cold climate animals and their similarities and differences. Polar Opposites lends itself nicely to comparing and contrasting di [...]

    8. Content-Area Crossover: Science>Mammals>Habitat>Endangered Animals>Global warmingFiction Twin text: Red Knit Cap Girl To The Rescue, by Naoko Stoop, 2013.Connection: First, I would read the fiction book Red Knit Cap Girl to the Rescue, by Naoko Stoop. The Red Knit Cap Girl and friends find a lost polar bear cub and decide to help him. They travel all the way to the North Pole, where the cub is reunited with its mother. I chose this book because it’s a great anticipatory set to intr [...]

    9. Polar Bears by photographer Mark Newman is a non-fiction children's book about polar bears and how they live. Filled with pictures and facts about the majestic white bears that live in the north will provide children an interesting way to learn about them and see them in their natural habitat. With pictures of little cute baby bears and grand adult bears swimming, walking, sleeping and playing, the pictures will enthrall readers as they discover facts like a polar bear's fur really isn't white, [...]

    10. Polar Bears, is a non-fiction picture book that introduces different perspectives about polar bears through short phrases then elaborates more in depth stemming from each phrase. Common themes in this illustration are: physical characteristics, life cycle, habitat, survival, and the polar bears struggle as a consequence to environmental change. One strength of this book is that all the pictures in the book we all taken by the author Mark Newman which adds an element of authenticity to the book i [...]

    11. Polar Bears, by Mark Newman, honestly just like any other book on animals except it’s got a certain spark. Mark Newman knows how to write a good book to capture an audience’s eye and mine about its subject. Polar Bears takes us through the lives of the animal and many different facts about what make them so cool. For example Polar bears are the biggest bear in the world. They can over a ton while being only about 1 pound at birth. This book would be for students who love nature especially li [...]

    12. The fiction twin text for this book is "A Polar Bear Journey" by Debbie S. Miller. In the Polar Bears book, it is filled with information about polar bears such as their real color, that they are born as twins, life cycle and survival skills. The fiction twin text is about a polar bear family's survival such as search for food, hunting and swimming. In the nonfiction book the author share survival facts about the polar bear such as hunting and swimming. In the fiction book the two cubs were twin [...]

    13. My Content Connection is Science. Since I am doing two books about bears, I thought I would focus on the different habitats the bears live in. Citation for my Twin Text.Thomson, S. (2013) Cub's big world. SanDiego: Houghton Mifflin Harcourt.I choose this twin text because it tells the story of a baby bear discovering its world for the first time. I think it will be an interesting way to learn about habitat. It will connect nicely with the nonfiction that will provide more specific details about [...]

    14. I love this book because I love polar bears. this book explores the world of the polar bear on land and under water. We have little chance to know about polar bears in our life because they live far from human. In this book, there are large numbers of photos of polar bears. We can know habits of white bear,such as how they swim and prey under the water. It is an assistant book for children to learn about polar bears,environment and so on. Those real pictures can help students who never touch [...]

    15. I truly enjoyed this nonfiction book about polar bears. The photography was a great compliment to the book and the facts were presented in a straight-forward, interesting, and captivating way. The first two sections offer a wonderful contrast - 'Polar bears are big' and 'Polar bears are tiny'. I especially enjoyed learning that polar bears are excellent swimmers. The book also includes an author's note, sources, additional resources, and more facts. Just the way I like my nonfiction!Highly recom [...]

    16. This is an entertaining and informative book about polar bears. The narrative isn't too long and the quantity of information isn't overwhelming. The book can be read with children of all ages, although I think it's best suited for elementary school-age children. The story definitely has an ecological focus, with a dire warning about the fate of polar bears as the ice caps are melting. The photographs are big and colorful and show the bears in different poses - the babies are so cute. We really e [...]

    17. Polar Bears by Mark NewmanInformational NonfictionTarget audience: 4th-8th gradeTwin text #1: I chose The Little Polar Bear by Hans de Beer to match Polar Bears. I think both books provide a look into the life of a polar bear. "Polar Bears" provides background information and facts about the bears, while "The Little Polar Bear" gives a fun perspective to the kind of scary reality of their lives, climate change and the melting of ice bergs.

    18. With a face like that, how could a reader resist? Entertaining and informative look at the world's largest bear. Learned cool facts--like polar bears are usually twins and they're not really white! Read this book and check out the beautiful photographs to find out more. Definitely raises an ecological and environmental concern--the polar bear is the first animal listed on the endangered list due to global warming!

    19. This is a wonderful book for anyone wanting to learn more about this majestic animal. there are wonderful photos and inmformation about polar bears just right for a younger age group. I recommend it for any classroom or person.

    20. This book is filled with amazing fats about polar bears. Polar bears can swim very fast underwater. Mother bears give birth to twins. the fur on polar bears aren't actually white, it is black! To learn more about polar bears, read this book. I really like this book. It is very interesting.

    21. I enjoyed reading this quick, and informational read about the polar bears. Newman makes comparisons throughout the book that make it easy to understand for young readers.

    22. Beautiful photos and excellent information about polar bears. Would be a great resource for a research paper for a young student.

    23. Color photographs and basic text introduce beginning readers to the polar bear and his world. The threats these magnificent animals face from pollution and environmental degradation are made clear.

    24. I totally love this nonfiction book about polar bears. I like how the author create the photography .

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