" The beautifully illustrated story of a turtles life from egg to adult. Includes scientific and conservation information. " Melanie said.
" I like Turtles and this book was well illustrated and interesting but It just didn't thrill me! A good narrative non fiction book about turtles! I like the facts and details in the back! " Alice said.
" lovely nature title for the very young that will stand up to many readings. " Linda said.
" Goes through the life cycle of a sea turtle. Good to introduce science and biology to a child. It's good for vocabulary and print awareness. I'd recommend it for ages 3-6. " Dani Paiz said.
" A cute book that my cousin, Megan, would love! It's all about sea turtles and is pretty realistic. At the end of the book are ways that you can help save the sea turtles! " Amy said.
" This is a really great book to use during a science lesson on habitats, the life cycle, or environmental awareness. There are even resources in the back about "helping hands for sea turtles" and two pages detailing different types of sea turtles. " Karissa said.
" April Pulley Sayre does an excellent job of explaining the dangers a baby turtle faces from egg to maturity. The illustrations are soft and have lots of greens and blues. I would use this with a nonfiction unit on animals (event hough it is classified as fiction). " Karen Arendt said.
" This book beautifully demonstrates the life cycle of a turtle. The ever present dangers to its survival start at birth and continues throughout a turtle's life.Informative with exquisite pictures, this book will soon become one of your child's favorites. " Meg McGregor said.