Bound To Stay Bound

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 Author: Jenkins, Steve


 Publisher:  Houghton Mifflin
 Pub Year: 2004

 Dewey: 591.4
 Classification: Nonfiction
 Physical Description: [32] p. (1 folded), col. ill., 31 cm.

 BTSB No: 490828 ISBN: 9780618375943
 Ages: 8-12 Grades: 3-7

 Subjects:
 Size
 Animals -- Miscellanea

Price: $20.51

Summary:
Discusses and gives examples of the size and weight of various animals and parts of animals.

Accelerated Reader Information:
   Interest Level: LG
   Reading Level: 2.80
   Points: .5   Quiz: 76892
Reading Counts Information:
   Interest Level: K-2
   Reading Level: 2.50
   Points: 2.0   Quiz: 36878

Common Core Standards 
   Grade 1 → Math → 1.G Geometry
   Grade 3 → Reading → RI Informational Text → 3.RI Key Ideas & Details
   Grade 3 → Reading → RI Informational Text → 3.RI Craft & Structure
   Grade 3 → Reading → RI Informational Text → 3.RI Integration of Knowledge & Ideas
   Grade 3 → Reading → RI Informational Text → Texts Illustrating Complexity, Quality, & Range of

Reviews:
   Kirkus Reviews (05/01/04)
   School Library Journal (06/04)
   Booklist (+) (05/15/04)
 The Bulletin of the Center for Children's Books (+) (05/04)
 The Hornbook (05/04)

Full Text Reviews:

Booklist - 05/15/2004 *Starred Review* As in many of his previous bestiaries, including the Caldecott Honor Book What Can You Do with a Tail Like This? (2003), Jenkins’ newest presents a parade of cut-paper animals, each accompanied by a pithy line of text. The difference here is the scale: everything appears at actual size. Jenkins’ masterstroke, though, is his inclusion of creatures both great and small, so while petite critters fit comfortably within 12-by-20-inch spreads, larger ones appear as evocatively cropped bits and pieces: a gorilla’s massive hand; a Siberian tiger’s snarling mug; the unnerving, basketball-size eye of a giant squid. The resulting juxtapositions will leave children marveling at one species’ daintiness, then shuddering as they mentally sketch in the unseen portions of more formidable beasts. Jenkins’ artwork is gorgeous (a gatefold of a frog in midleap is particularly memorable), and, at the end of the book, thumbnail images of the featured animals paired with information about habitat and behavior put the piquant visuals into a broader context. An unusual, unusually effective tool for connecting children to nature’s astonishing variety. - Copyright 2004 Booklist.

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