I have two kids and they love this book. The youngest is interested in the pictures of the animals and their tracks. The oldest loves the details and tells me all about the animals each time we read the book.
This book covers a variety of different mammals and for each animal there are two, two page spreads. The first has an illustration with clues to guess what animal it might be describing. My kids really enjoyed searching the illustration and reading the clues to try to guess what animal it was. After turning the page, we find out what animal it is and if we were right or not. We also read and learn more about the animal. Great book for animal fans, nature lovers or anyone else.
Have you ever noticed animal tracks in the mud or the snow? Do you know what animal left those tracks? Did you pause to consider where that animal was going, what it was doing, or where it lived? A tree with claw scratches, a tuft of fur, a paw print, or a dropped feather may be all you have to go by. In this book, become a detective of mammal tracks and signs by searching for clues in the scene. See if you can figure out what animal left the tracks and signs, and then turn the page to see if you are right!
Become a nature detective by learning the tracks and signs of ten different mammals!
42 pages, full-color, 11″x8.5″
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