Hello, Bumblebee Bat
by Darrin Lunde


How big is a Bumblebee Bat?
Is it an endangered species?
How do they find food?
What other animal has the same nose as a Bumblebee bat?

Why is the Bumblebee bat afraid of humans?
How is it like other kinds of bats? How is it different?

You can find the answer to these and other questions you
might have by reading Hello, Bumblebee Bat by Darrin Lunde.
For extra fun, you and a friend can read the book together. One will read the bat's part, and the other will read the interviewer's part on each page.

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Hello, Bumblebee Bat
by Darrin Lunde

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Hello, Bumblebee Bat
by Darrin Lunde

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A 11-page unit for Hello, Bumblebee Bat by Darrin Lunde is part of a collection of 52 units in Flying Higher.

The Unit Contains:
Readers' Theater Script
Discussion Cards
Getting Ready to Read Nonfiction
Crossword Puzzle
Do I Understand? Multiple Choice
Bat Research
Interviewing Readers
Bat Parts
B is for Bat
Phonics-Short A Words
Batty Fun
Bat Survey
Comparing Stories
Answer Keys



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