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Whose Nest?
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SERIES
 
AGE
Children's - Preschool-2nd Grade, Age 4-7 
READABILITY
2.5 
PAGES
40 p. ; 
KEYWORDS
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Hardcover
ISBN 9781608872046
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Rich watercolor illustrations entice young book lovers to this interactive, lift-the-flap book. There is no gimmick here; each spread presents a simple riddle that describes an animal's home. Rich vocabulary — I weave my secret nest...honeysuckle tree...oval hideaway...I nibble sweet berries and gnaw on hazelnuts—delights and inspires inquiry. The text requires a young nature lover to connect his experience with contextual clues in order to predict the creature's identity. Lifting the flap to reveal the answer is a simple reward, yet completely engaging.
Publisher Summary
For preschoolers and beginning readers, Whose Nest? is a beautiful illustrated introduction to nests of all descriptions and their inhabitants. It might be a tree frog or a gecko, a dormouse or a rabbit, a duckling or an eagle!

Can you guess whose nest? Take a peek into the nest and look at the clues that surround it--a feather, a footprint, a tasty food morsel--and guess whose nest. Then turn the page to find out who really lives there. The animals include: - Dormouse - Tree frog - Clownfish - Eagle - Rabbit - Mallard duckling - Bumblebee - Gecko
 
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