TITLE

Seagull Bay

AUTHOR(S)
POTTER, MICHAEL
PUB. DATE
January 2000
SOURCE
At the Beach;2000, p4
SOURCE TYPE
Book
DOC. TYPE
Book Chapter
ABSTRACT
A chapter from the book "At the Beach," from the DK ELT Graded Readers" series, is presented. It describes the characteristics and the behavior of the seagull. It states that the seagull lives near the sea and makes their nests using seaweed and small wood. It cites several items that the seagull can see at the beach. It mentions that the seagull wants fish and eats a lot of it every day.
ACCESSION #
43662772

 

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