Been There, Done That: Reading Animal Signs

Jen Funk Weber (Author) Andrea Gabriel (Illustrator)
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Description

Spotting wildlife is a thrill, but it's not easy. When Cole comes to visit his friend Helena, he can't wait to see all the wildlife the forest has to offer--and is disappointed when all he sees are a few birds. Together the kids set out on a hike and encounter plenty of animal signs along the way. Through observation and her knowledge of animal behavior, Helena helps Cole learn what each of the signs means: something had been there; something had done that.

Product Details

Price
$9.95
Publisher
Arbordale Publishing
Publish Date
February 10, 2016
Pages
32
Dimensions
8.3 X 0.3 X 9.8 inches | 0.4 pounds
Language
English
Type
Paperback
ISBN/EAN
9781628557343
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About the Author

Award-winning artist Andrea Gabriel has worked as a professional illustrator for the past fifteen years. In addition to Magnetic Magic, Been There, Done That: Reading Animal Signs and Little Gray's Great Migration for Arbordale, some of Andrea's other illustrated works include Where Do I Sleep? and Eaglet's World. Andrea is the author and illustrator of Wandering Woolly and My Favorite Bear. Andrea lives in Bellingham, Washington with her family of two-and four-legged creatures. Visit her website at bigbearillustration.com.

Reviews

This book would work best in conjunction with examples of local wildlife and animal signs. Back matter includes additional facts, games, and animal statistics. VERDICT This nonfiction picture book would supplement elementary nature and animal lessons well.-Lindsay Jensen, Nashville Public Library for School Library Journal
When I go on hikes, or mountain biking, I like to look for animal tracks. I loved that the illustrations showed the animals leaving the signs. -Jewel, age 8 for Kids Book Buzz
Cole and Helena explore the woods looking for animals by following their tracks and trails. Each page shows a different mark left by a different animal. The end of the book has some great activities for kids to explore the world around them. Recommended for ages 7-10. - Southwest Ohio and Neighboring Libraries Review
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