Dolphins! (Step into Reading)

Dolphins! (Step into Reading)

Language: English

Pages: 48

ISBN: 0679844376

Format: PDF / Kindle (mobi) / ePub


Illus. in full color. Chock-full of information about the most sensitive, intelligent, and friendly of large aquatic creatures, Dolphins! should fare swimmingly with kids who read about whales and sharks.

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What do they ask for the most? That depends on the dolphin! What else can dolphins learn? The Navy once trained a dolphin named Tuffy. He made deliveries to scientists in a deep underwater lab. He was their mailman! Dolphins can learn to find things that are lost underwater. These dolphins swim with children who have special problems. Some of the children are blind. Some can’t walk. Some can’t hear. The dolphins seem to understand. They play with the children. They take them

for rides. And they are always gentle. Dolphins and people live in different worlds. We don’t speak the same language. But we do share one thing. A very special friendship! Text copyright © 1993 by Sharon Bokoske and Margaret Davidson. Illustrations copyright © 1993 by Courtney Studios. All rights reserved under International and Pan-American Copyright Conventions. Published in the United States by Random House Children’s Books, a division of Random House, Inc., New York, and

easy-to-follow plots • popular topics For children who are ready to read on their own. Reading Paragraphs Grades 2–3 • challenging vocabulary • short paragraphs • exciting stories For newly independent readers who read simple sentences with confidence. Ready for Chapters Grades 2-4 • chapters • longer paragraphs • full-color art For children who want to take the plunge into chapter books but still like colorful pictures. STEP INTO READING® is designed to give every child a successful

They swim right up to people. At one beach in Australia dolphins let people pet them. What does a dolphin feel like? A wet rubber ball! These dolphins help fishermen. The fishermen throw out their nets. The dolphins chase the fish right in! Dolphins spend their whole lives in water. But they are not fish. Fish can breathe in water. Dolphins cannot. Dolphins are mammals, like us. They breathe through a hole on top of their heads. It’s called a blowhole. Dolphins pop up about

each other out. Sometimes a dolphin gets sick. Or hurt. It sinks in the water—and can’t come up for air. It could drown! Other dolphins gather around. They swim under the sick dolphin. They push it up and down until it can swim by itself. Sharks and killer whales eat dolphins—especially babies. If a shark comes by, the dolphins circle around it to scare it away. If that doesn’t work, the dolphins will fight. Dolphins can’t always help each other. Many dolphins swim with schools of

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