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Who Was Here?: Discovering Wild Animal Tracks

Who Was Here?: Discovering Wild Animal Tracks

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Who Was Here?: Discovering Wild Animal Tracks

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4.5/5 (3 evaluări)
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38 pages
5 minutes
Lansat:
Oct 1, 2014
ISBN:
9781467766159
Format:
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Descriere

What animal was here? Can you solve the mystery? Study the picture and read the clues to figure out who left each set of tracks. Then turn the page to find out about animals from around the world. Watercolor and collage illustrations show the many kinds of trails that animals leave behind in mud, snow, and sand.

Lansat:
Oct 1, 2014
ISBN:
9781467766159
Format:
Carte

Despre autor

Mia Posada grew up in Minneapolis, then studied art at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. After graduating, she moved to the San Francisco Bay Area where she lived until 2007 when she moved back to Minneapolis with her husband and children. Mia has written and illustrated five books: Dandelions: Stars in the Grass, Ladybugs: Red, Fiery and Bright, Robins: Songbirds of Spring, Guess What is Growing Inside This Egg, and Who Was Here?: Discovering Wild Animal Tracks. She also illustrated Dazzling Dragonflies by Linda Glaser.

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  • (4/5)
    Attractive and informative, a good blend of facts and verse.
  • (5/5)
    Life-size animal tracks from around the world coupled with rhyming verse ask kids the question 'who was here?' After the animal is revealed, there is information about the animal including it's size, diet and why it tracks look the way they do. Kids ages 6-9 enjoyed guessing which animals made the tracks, some were challenging since animals from around the world were included; but, this made for a great opportunity to learn about something different. I especially liked when two footprints of animals that have relationships were combined, such as predator-prey or mutualism. In the back of the book there are tips for finding and identifying your own animal tracks.This book was received for free in return for an honest review.