Plant Cells vs Animal Cells


In Plant Cells vs. Animal Cells, young readers learn that plants and animals have different types of cells. Both types have a cell membrane and organelles, including a nucleus, ribosomes, and mitochondria. Some differences: plant cells have a stiff outer cell wall and make food from sunlight; animal cells don’t have a cell wall and can’t make their own food.

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Softcover, 8×8 in., 24 pages

Word Count 341,  Lexile Measure 520L

A pronunciation guide is included. Reading Level 1-3, Interest Level 2-5.


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