Dolphin Facts provides some simple and interesting facts about dolphins for early grades. A perfect book for marine lovers with short texts and lots of images.
Sample Text from Dolphin Facts – Early non-fiction
The most common dolphin is the oceanic dolphin. The oceanic dolphin’s scientific name is Delphinidae. This is where the name Dolphin comes from.
Most people think pink dolphins don’t exist but they do. They live in the Amazon and Orinoco rivers and they eat pirañas. If you ever go swimming there and see one they are very friendly (but watch out for the pirañas!)
Dolphin are very smart and marine parks often teach dolphins to do tricks and perform in shows.
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this is a good book dolphin facts
This book is very interesting but it contains some minor grammatical errors…
Sure please point them out I will fix them, as this is a FKB book, we can do that 🙂
A very good book with interesting facts and beautiful pictures. It can be used for paired reading and for discussion thus helping children improve their reading and enhance their knowledge and vocabulary.