The second book in the fun while learning series of children’s books is here.
Learn all about logging from start to finish. Pictures of felling, cutting, delimbing, bucking, the skidder, the forwarder, and loading of logs onto the log truck. Lots of information. Full of fun facts and colored pictures about logging that children will love. Included is access to 22 logging videos of skidders, forwarders, felling of trees and log trucks.
Logging is the second book in a new series of fun while learning children’s books that are absolutely awesome.
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A Children’s book about the speed of animals. Fun facts and colored photographs of animals that children will love. Famous animal racers, fast animals, slow animals and some odd animals are portrayed in this well written easy to understand book. See what animals you could beat in a race.
Fast Animals is the first book in a new series of fun while learning children’s books that are absolutely awesome.
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What a fun book by the way, would have loved that as a kid. Marta G.
Here’s a sample page.
The fastest creature on earth, excluding birds, is the cheetah. The cheetah has been clocked at 70 miles per hour. The cheetah will stalk its prey by moving as close as 30 to 90 ft, and then it will chase it. If the cheetah does not catch his prey quickly, in less than a minute, it will give up. The cheetah has an average hunting success rate of around 50%.
The cheetah can reach 60 miles per hour in 3 seconds. The Chevy corvette automobile can go from 0 to 60 in 1.9 seconds. A Ferrari takes 2.9 sec. to go from zero to sixty. And the Volkswagen Rabbit Diesel takes an amazing 21.2 seconds to go from 0 to 60.
Jenny Lillystone was a math teacher for 31 years. She is the founder of the awesome Fun While Learning website and series of children’s books.
We have many more books planned for the series. The next book in the series is Logging. I put 3 logging videos on the logging page check it out.
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