A fun colourful lift the flap book series which will help children identify whose ears, nose and feet belong to which animal.
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PreS-K-These lift-the-flap books will be great additions to toddler and preschool storytime programs. Simply drawn animals, outlined in heavy black, frolic on brightly colored pages. The artwork is reminiscent of Katie Davis's in Who Hops? (Harcourt, 1998) and Lucy Cousins's in the "Maisy" books (Candlewick). In Whose Feet? the flaps cover most of each animal's body but keep its feet in view. The kangaroo's characteristic long, flat feet could belong to a rabbit, while the turtle's feet are easily mistaken for an elephant's. The other creatures, however, will be guessed immediately. Whose Nose? includes a pink pig with purple spots, a cheerful blue rhino, and a toothy green crocodile. Each picture is covered by a flap that reveals only the creatures' distinctive profiles. While youngsters are likely to think that the rhino is a dino or call the crocodile an alligator, in general the pictures will be easily identified. Both books end with a question about whose features (feet or nose) are the cutest-and both have the same answer (mine). Two engaging titles.-Lisa Dennis, The Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh, PA
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Book Description ABC Books, 1998. Mass Market Paperback. Book Condition: New. Never used!. Bookseller Inventory # P110733306713
Book Description ABC Books, 1998. Mass Market Paperback. Book Condition: New. book. Bookseller Inventory # M0733306713