Orangutan: A Day In the Rain Forest Canopy by Rita Goldner

A young orangutan in Borneo has a wild adventure which starts by waking up in a nest with his mother. Follow his journey through the day, exploring and learning life skills from his mother. Will he escape the rainforest predators? Can he build a nest sturdy enough to keep out the nightly rain? Where will he find enough nourishing food? Can he learn to travel through the high branches quickly and safely? This entertaining and educational book won a silver medal in the Nautilus Book Awards, and an International Book Award. The colorful, whimsical pictures and lively action-packed story will appeal to kids and the grown-ups reading to them. The book also includes words to know, fun facts, and activities on the author’s website, www.RitaGoldnerBooks.com.

Visit the Inquiry Deep Dive Module of the TMA BlueTech Grade Three curriculum for curriculum connections.



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