Swimming

From the Series I Love Sports
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Put on your swimsuit and head to the pool! Swimming introduces beginning readers to the basics of competitive swimming and some of the different strokes swimmers can use. A labeled diagram helps readers identify different parts of a swimming pool, and a picture glossary reinforces new vocabulary. Swimming also features reading tips for teachers and parents, a table of contents, and an index.

Swimming is part of Jump!'s I Love Sports series.

Interest Level Kindergarten - Grade 3
Reading Level Kindergarten
Copyright 2016
Genre Nonfiction
Publisher Jump!
Imprint Bullfrog
Series I Love Sports
Language English
Number of Pages 24
Lexile 240
ISBN 9781620311820, 9781624962691B
Title Format Reinforced book, Print + Ebook
Release Date 2015-01-01
Author Blake Hoena
Dewey 797.2
Guided Reading Level F
ATOS Reading Level 0.9
Accelerated Reader® Quiz 171654
Accelerated Reader® Points 0.5
 

Book Review

These titles offer emergent readers brief overviews of different sports and encourage them to participate (“Do you want to try? Dive in. Swimming is fun!”). Colorful photos depict boys and girls enjoying themselves at the pool, ice rink, and ball parks; Football opens with a girl suited up in shoulder pads, ready to play. The books make use of simple sentences, supplemented by photographs and diagrams, while picture glossaries and indexes are used effectively. For example, the colorful diagram in Basketball delineates the three-point line, free-throw line, and other key parts of the court. Each helpful picture glossary defines six words or phrases, such as cleats, dribble, and goalie. VERDICT These concise introductions effectively convey the appeal of each sport. —School Library Journal

School Library Journal

These titles offer emergent readers brief overviews of different sports and encourage them to participate (“Do you want to try? Dive in. Swimming is fun!”). Colorful photos depict boys and girls enjoying themselves at the pool, ice rink, and ball parks; Football opens with a girl suited up in shoulder pads, ready to play. The books make use of simple sentences, supplemented by photographs and diagrams, while picture glossaries and indexes are used effectively. For example, the colorful diagram in Basketball delineates the three-point line, free-throw line, and other key parts of the court. Each helpful picture glossary defines six words or phrases, such as cleats, dribble, and goalie. VERDICT These concise introductions effectively convey the appeal of each sport. —School Library Journal

Author: Blake Hoena

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