Bats: Learning to Fly

by Falynn Koch. New York, NY: First Second, 2017

Readers follow a little brown bat whose wing is injured by humans and taken to a bat rehabilitation center. He meets bats of various species he learns how to fly, what to eat and we learn all about bats and their habitats.

It can be used to reinforce science themes: science as inquiry; physical science; life science; science and technology; and history and the nature of science. It received a School Library Journal starred review.

Grades 3-8

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