How does a killer whale find its way in the dark? How can killer whales be told apart? What causes killer whales to swim onto land?
In this new title from Omnibus/Scholastic, David Kennett gives youngsters the answers to these questions and many more.
Combining clear illustrations and diagrams with simple texts, Kennett provdes a wealth of information in a manner accessible to children in the early years of primary school.
Interesting facts and figures are complemented by a variety of diagramatic representations including maps, comparisons and close-up views.
Solos give newly independent readers a reading experience which bridges the gap between picture books and chapter books, with short paragraphs and an abundance of illustrations. There are 32 fiction titles and 14 non-fiction titles in the series, and Killer Whale is one of six Solo Wildlife titles.
Killer Whale is suitable both for classroom use and for home reading, as well as school and public libraries.
Killer Whale, written and illustrated by David Kennett
A Solo Wildlife book, from Omnibus Books, an imprint of Scholastic Australia, 2002