The Bat Scientists (Scientists in the Field Series) Reviews

UPDATE TIME: 2018-06-27 
Review Score: 4 out of 5 star From 9 user ratings

This book was about scientists who have studied bats in their environment. Merlin Tuttle, and other scientists study different behaviors of bats, as well as different conditions that they experience. Tuttle's purpose in his research is to work to preserve the creatures through studying their environments, and the threats such as disease and endangerment of the animals.

The author was very knowledgeable on the topic and showed this through providing several interesting and detailed facts about bats and their environment. The author followed the scientists Merlin Tuttle in order to write her book on this scientific topic. The pictures in the book are intriguing and while the pages are a bit wordy, they offer several interesting facts that any age group would enjoy.

Teaching Idea:
This book could be used as a resource in science when learning about different kinds of animals, specifically mammals. The students can each choose a mammal to do a research assignment on; the students can research their animals and make posters with the information they find. They can research information such as habitats, diets, sleep patterns, etc. They can then present them to their class as a way of teaching everyone about a kind of mammal.
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" Great pictures and info on a wide variety of bats. Great for any kid interested in the subject, or animals in general. " said.

" Wow! Who knew bats could be so interesting. I want to put a bat tower in my backyard now to fight off those pesky mosquitoes. Good format, good pictures, great information. Kids will read it! " said.

" I read this for a lunch bunch book club program at the library - otherwise I'm not sure I would have read it, but it was very interesting. " said.

" I love bats. My students are sure to find this Scientists in the Field edition just as fascinating as I did. " said.

" Bats are COOL! I knew that before, but I love the way this book brings it home.Oh, and I'm considering getting a bat house because mosquitoes are not cool. " said.

" Follow Bat Conservation International as the gather facts about one of the least studied mammals. Incredible photography and authoritative text. All round excellent resource! " said.

" Grades 4-8. What a wonderful book about bats. I am so glad someone decided to talk about the white nose syndrome. I'm terrified that all of our bats will be wiped out, and they are amazing animals-- as demonstrated by this book. Go bats! " said.

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