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Review/RecomendationI would give this book a 4.5/5 stars because it had lots of information about seashells but some of the facts in this book are really basic.

What I Learned-The temperature of water, the sun, and heat can affect the color of a shell-There are two different types of cells: univalves (mollusks that live inside one shell) and bivalves (two shells are joined together)-Shells grow when mineral crystals layer up on each other-You can tell how old a shell is by looking at its growth lines, like trees.

Goals and ChallengesSeashells don't have any problems. They are perfectly fine according to the book, except for people taking them away from their enviroment (but that's a very small concern).

Why ChosenSeashells remind me of my childhood. I used to get a red bucket and collect as many shells as I could. Seashells make me happy.

SummarySeashells are collected and adored by many. They have two different types and those are univalves and bivalves. Seashells are the home for mollusks and become seashells when the mollusk living inside the shell dies. Some seashell are dangerous and others can be really beautiful. They come in all shapes, sizes, and colors and many wash up on shore everyday.

Nonfiction Book ReportTitle: SeashellsAuthor: Ann O. SquirePresentation By: Kaylee Avila-5

This is a picture some colorful shells that were naturally colored by the warmth of the water.


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