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Series: Nature storybooks
Publication Date: 3 Sep 2015
Suitable for: Primary
AR: 3.4 LY
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Describes the nocturnal life of the pipistrelle bats.
Bat loves the night. During the day she sleeps, hanging upside down in her roost. But when night falls, Bat awakes and hunts - swooping and diving until the first light of dawn calls her back to her baby.
Did you know that bats aren't birds, but mammals? That they sleep upside down? That their babies are called batlings? That they shout as they fly, using their voices to find their way?
This intriguing book takes you deep into the fascinating nocturnal world of Bat, the monarch of the night.
NOTE : Book banded for guided reading by the Institute of Education for KS2 at Brown - narrative non-fiction / natural history / distinguish fact and fiction
Book banded for KS1 at Gold
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