Rhyming text and colorful illustrations describe the efforts of aquatic biologist Pam to help Pierre, an African penguin living at the California Academy of Sciences, when he begins to go bald.
|Statement||written by Jean Marzollo ; illustrated by Laura Regan|
|Contributions||Regan, Laura, ill|
|LC Classifications||QL696.S473 M365 2010|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||1 v. (unpaged) :|
|LC Control Number||2009040871|
Pierre the Penguin: A True Story Written by Jean Marzollo and Illustrated by Laura Reagan. Pierre is a penguin who needs help from an aquatic biologist named Pam. With Pam's care and attention, he will thrive at the museum. Pierre the Penguin: A True Story - Kindle edition by Marzollo, Jean, Laura Regan. Download it once and read it on your Kindle device, PC, phones or tablets. Use features like bookmarks, note taking and highlighting while reading Pierre the Penguin: A True Story/5(34). Pierre the Penguin: A True Story Details. Hardcover (): 32 pages, 10 (w) x 10 (h), © , 04/06/ PDF (): 32 pages, 10 (w) Awards. South Carolina Picture Book Award List, Short-listed, Missouri Association of School Librarian's Show .
In striving to enrich the lives of all readers, TeachingBooks supports the First Amendment and celebrates the right to read. Pierre the Penguin, written by Jean Marzollo, is based on a true story. This unit includes vocabulary words and meanings, Anticipation/Reaction guide, and sequencing cards. Use the Anticipation/Reaction guide to assess prior knowledge as well as assess knowledge gained from the lesson. A children’s book written about Pierre remains a popular item at the academy’s bookstore. African penguins usually live to age So at 33, Pierre was an Author: Kale Williams. This packet is based off Pierre the Penguin, a true story, by Jean Marzollo. It includes activities that can be used with Kindergarten through middle school; however the majority of activities are geared towards readers in grades /5().
A read aloud of the video "Pierre the Penguin." Egg #3 Hatches Overnight In #CornellHawks Nest, All Three Chicks Hatched! A true story about Pierre, an African penguin, and a biologist named Pam, who helps Pierre get his feathers back. Kindergarten Title 1 teacher Kelley . This heartwarming true story is skillfully told in rhyming text by noted I SPY author Jean Marzollo, and the pictures on every page help show how creativity and ingenuity saved Pierre's life. When Pierre, an African penguin living at the California Academy of Sciences, begins to lose his feathers, the zookeepers don't know how to help him, and Pam Schaller, a senior aquatic biologist, worries. See more support materials for Pierre the Penguin: A True Story. Donate Your contribution will help us to provide free books and literacy resources to children across the nation.