While reading descriptions of different eggs, students are encouraged to guess the types of eggs in Whose Eggs Are These? After reading each description, . Lynette Evans has written many books for children. She’s pretty nosy, so she loves finding clues and solving mysteries. She also loves surprises, so she had a lot of fun writing Whose Egg? Evans lives in New Zealand, home of the kiwi bird. For its size, the little kiwi lays one of the largest eggs of any bird on the planet/5(13). What kind of animals hatch from an egg? Children will find out about several animals that do when they personalize and complete this interactive mini-book. This activity makes a great addition to a unit on baby animals, life cycles, springtime, and more. Made with BOOK CREATOR app Innovation of Reading A-Z book, Whose Eggs Are These?, by Katherine Follett (Level G).
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Whose Eggs Are These? (Sunshine Books) Paperback – January 1, by Brian and Jillian Cutting (Author) See all 3 formats and editions Hide other formats and editions. Price New from Used from Paperback "Please retry" — Author: Brian and Jillian Cutting. Whose Egg? by Lynette Evans The illustrations and text in this book give clues to whose egg is shown. Lift the flaps to see who is inside. Hatch, Little Egg by Edouard Manceau Everyone is gathering to watch the little bird hatch. They are so excited. When the egg cracks and opens, they are all surprised. Egg by Kevin Henkes Four eggs sit together. Pakistan home of the black bird! Once upon a time, a dove was hatching her eggs. She was very hungry because she could not go out to eat as it’s been. Click to read more about Whose Eggs Are These? (Sunshine Books) by Brian Cutting. LibraryThing is a cataloging and social networking site for bookloversAuthor: Brian Cutting, Jillian Cutting (Author).