Spring 2022

Spot the Differences

Series of 8 titles

Can you spot the differences between bees and wasps? What about alligators and crocodiles? Learn how to tell the differences between similar animals with this fun, interactive series! Have you read them all?

Format List Price Your Price Qty
$215.92 $151.60
$280.00 $210.00
Title   ATOS Format Qty
Cover: Alligator or Crocodile? Alligator or Crocodile? New! Spring 2022 1.0
Cover: Bee or Wasp? Bee or Wasp? New! Spring 2022 1.0
Cover: Butterfly or Moth? Butterfly or Moth? New! Spring 2022 1.0
Cover: Cheetah or Leopard? Cheetah or Leopard? New! Spring 2022 1.0
Cover: Frog or Toad? Frog or Toad? New! Spring 2022 0.9
Cover: Rabbit or Hare? Rabbit or Hare? New! Spring 2022 0.9
Cover: Turtle or Tortoise? Turtle or Tortoise? New! Spring 2022 1.0
Cover: Wolf or Coyote? Wolf or Coyote? New! Spring 2022 1.0
Interest Level Kindergarten - Grade 3
Reading Level Kindergarten
Category New!, STEM
Subject Animals
Copyright 2022
Publisher Jump!
Imprint Bullfrog Books
Language English
Publication Date 2022-01-01
BISACS JNF003250, JNF003120, JNF051150
Dewey 595.7-599.773
Graphics Full-color photographs
Lexile 220-350
Guided Reading Level E
ATOS Reading Level 0.9-1.0
Accelerated Reader® Points 0.5


SLJ Review of Spot the Differences

Engaging animal comparisons are presented in a question-and-answer format. Text provides simple facts about the two animals. Readers examine the accompanying photograph, then try to identify it based on the words and image: “A frog has webbed feet. A toad does not. Which is this?” (Frog or Toad?). The accompanying photograph shows a frog with its webbed hind feet in clear view.

Answers appear in smaller print, upside down, at the bottom of the page. Sentence length and structure are generally appropriate for early readers; harder ­vocabulary words, such as “rosette” in ­Cheetah or ­Leopard? and “fringe” in Alligator or Crocodile? are defined in a picture glossary. ­Eye-catching photos do an excellent job of showing the physical features highlighted within the text. A closing “See and Compare” spread shows both animals with captions to identify key physical features, reinforcing the earlier learning.

VERDICT: Visually appealing books that successfully foster observation skills and animal knowledge.

Author: Various