A Warm Winter Tail

Christina Wald (Illustrator) Carrie A Pearson (Author)
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Description

Do you ever wonder how animals stay warm in the winter? Well they wonder how humans do too! In a twist of perspective, wild creatures question if humans use the same winter adaptation strategies that they do. Do they cuddle together in a tree or fly south to Mexico? Take a look through an animal's eyes and discover the interesting ways that animals cope with the cold winter months throughout this rhythmic story.

Product Details

Price: $17.95
Publisher: Arbordale Publishing
Published Date: August 10, 2012
Pages: 32
Dimensions: 8.6 X 0.4 X 10.1 inches | 0.9 pounds
ISBN: 9781607185291
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About the Author

In addition to Cash Kat, Christina Wald has illustrated Fibonacci Zoo, A Cool Summer Tail, A Warm Winter Tail, Habitat Spy, Little Red Bat, and Henry the Impatient Heron for Arbordale. She also enjoys illustrating a wide variety of toys, games, books, and magazines. From a book that featured hundreds of animals on each page (Look, Find, and Learn: Animals of the World) to games including the Star Wars role playing game series, every assignment covers something new and exciting. In recent years, she has illustrated tons of different animals for books and other publications. Christina enjoys the research aspect of such projects, saying that each new book is a fascinating new learning experience. She often integrates travel to research for her illustrations. She lives in Ohio with her husband and three cats. Visit Christina's website: http: //www.christinawald.com/

Reviews

Young readers will learn how these animals adapt to cold temperatures. Double-page illustrations capture the essence of the accompanying text. - Library Media Connection
Baby animals ask their mothers whether humans keep warm the same ways they do and are set straight regarding blankets and winter clothing. The rhyming text has a mildly humorous touch. - Horn Book Guide
A cozy -tail- compares the adaptations animals and humans have for surviving winter's chill. Baby animals ask grown-ups how humans keep warm in the winter. - Kirkus Reviews