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KDL Kid Picks: Caleb Black

Kent District Library is a proud sponsor of SNN, and provides these book talks for our readers

KDL Kids Book Club Reader
Name: Caleb Black
Age: 9
School: Crestwood Elementary School in Rockford
Book: ‘The Animal Book’ by David Burnie

What is the book About:
Animals, and the different species of the animals

Favorite Character (Animal) and why:  I really like the Peregrine Falcon, because it’s the fastest animal.

What kind of book do you want to read next
My favorite is reading factual animal books.  I like to learn their habits, and where they live, and how they survive in the wild.

What do you like most about reading?
Learning

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