Jennifer Garcia is pleased to present her new picture book for kids. This easy reading book for children contains fun facts about snakes, what they eat, where they live, and important things to know about snakes.This engaging picture book is written for children ages 4 to 10. It contains a variety of facts about snakes, from the garter snake in our gardens, to the 30 foot anaconda of South America. It’s illustrated with 18 great graphic images. It offers interesting facts in simple language. Although the material appropriate for these ages, younger children will need some help. They will enjoy the book most by sharing it with a parent. Students will encounter new words and concepts. They’ll read about coral snakes and milk snakes, and why people get them confused. They’ll also learn about sidewinders and how their camouflage helps them hunt. Other subjects in the book include ways snakes help people. Most of the book’s images are colored photographs. These are most effective when read on a Kindle Fire, or the Kindle Application on a tablet device, or PC. They can be viewed clearly on black and white readers. Only the color dimension is lacking. Children will also find answers to kid-style questions. Why did that snake stick its tongue at me?Could a snake eat a dinosaur?Teachers and home schooling parents will find this book a wonderful addition to their nonfiction libraries. It provides selected passages on an assortment of subjects. Science facts and history facts are all presented for the young reader. Great illustrations bring the text to life.
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Jennifer Garcia majored in Theater, with a Minor in English Literature at the University of Albany, and then continued on to get her M.S. in Literacy & Childhood Education. She holds a New York State Teachers certification for Grades 1-6 and participates in the Teacher’s Network.
Although very much focused on her 4th Grade classes she has started writing Children’s books to enrich the lives of her children as well as help inspire parents, grandparents, and their children in building a lifetime of enrichment through reading and the English language. Writing is bringing her closer to her children as they now have much more to share – which is especially fulfilling sharing this part of their lives.
She is still broadening her horizon’s and spent some time recently writing in the City Summer Institute this year. Also doing a little after school teaching Phonics. This about rounds out a very full schedule.