Schafer, Susan: Where's My Tail?
This picture/story book is charmingly written and illustrated. The last page of the book, The Tail End, gives brief factual in formation about the tails of each featured animal and how they are used in the context of the animal's life.
This would be an excellent book to introduce animal adaptations to children from preschool through the primary grades. It would be a valuable supplement to a unit on forest animals, or could be used in an integrated curriculum that involves science, literature, drama, and art. Ages 4-8. Reviewed by Carole Campbell, The Blake Foundation, Tucson, AZ
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|Date:||Sep 22, 2005|
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