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Hickman, Pamela ANIMALS IN MOTION. Il. by Pat Stephens. ISBN 1-55074-573-5. New York: Kids Can Press, 2000. Unp. $10.95. Imagine that you could slither wherever you needed to go, like a snake or a snail. What would it be like to be a cheetah, the fastest creature on land? The author and illustrator invite readers to explore the movements of diverse animals. This book will capture the attention of a wide age group, and is filled with factual information and imaginative activities, from making animal footprints to creating a glider that imitates a flying squirrel. Ages 7 up. Reviewed by Kristin Blenis, Quakertown School District, Quakertown, PA
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Author:Blenis, Kristin
Publication:Childhood Education
Article Type:Book Review
Date:Dec 22, 2000
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