1 edition of Animals do, too! found in the catalog.
Animals do, too!
Etta Kaner has created a fun, engaging exploration of some ways animals behave just like people. By highlighting connections between human and animal behaviors, she encourages children to develop compassion for other creatures.
PK1 Childrens Plus, Inc.
|Statement||written by Etta Kaner ; illustrated by Marilyn Faucher|
|Contributions||Faucher, Marilyn, 1989- ill|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||1 v. (unpaged)|
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Animals and people share behaviors. “Do you like to dance. // Honeybees do, too!” On a series of paired double-page spreads, Kaner invites young readers and listeners to connect to the animal world through a series of similar activities: dancing, playing tag or leapfrog, blowing bubbles, gardening, riding piggy-back, and being :// Using this same rhythmic question-and-answer style throughout, the book compares a series of children's favorite activities to similar things that animals do.
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