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Who Would Win?: Lion vs. Tiger

Who Would Win?: Lion vs. Tiger

Series: Who Would Win?
by Jerry Pallotta Illustrated by Rob Bolster

What would happen if a lion and a tiger met each other?  What if they were both hungry?  What if they had a fight?  Who do you think would win?

Series Information

In this innovative science series from favorite nonfiction author Jerry Pallotta, readers will learn about dangerous creatures by asking "Who would win?" Each book is illustrated with full-color pictures and features a pair of animals that rarely, if ever, meet in the wild. Young scientists will love using the book's easy-to-read facts and their own reasoning skills to decide for themselves which creature would be the winner.

Ages
7, 8, 9, 10
Interest Level
Grades 2 - 5
Grade Level Equivalent
3.7
Lexile Measure
640L
DRA
34
Guided Reading
O
Publisher
Scholastic Inc.
Number of Pages
32
Genre
Informational Text

About the Author and Illustrator

Contributor Image Alt Tag Jerry Pallotta Back in 1985, Jerry Pallotta was an insurance salesman, looking for creative ways to teach his children their ABCs. At the age of 32, his imaginative ideas led to him to write and publish his very first book, The Ocean Alphabet Book. He has since created more than 20 alphabet books, and has expanded into creative books for teaching basic math as well.
Rob Bolster

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