Whose Ears?

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Whose Ears?

Whose Ears Here are three enormously appealing and attractively designed books that ask the youngest readers to guess what animal belongs to the nose feet or cars that are shown When they lift the flap they d

  • Title: Whose Ears?
  • Author: Jeannette Rowe
  • ISBN: 9780316759328
  • Page: 480
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Here are three enormously appealing and attractively designed books that ask the youngest readers to guess what animal belongs to the nose, feet, or cars that are shown When they lift the flap, they discover the animal in question Each book ends with the young reader being asked a question that personalizes the book For example, Whose nose is the cutest nose Your noseHere are three enormously appealing and attractively designed books that ask the youngest readers to guess what animal belongs to the nose, feet, or cars that are shown When they lift the flap, they discover the animal in question Each book ends with the young reader being asked a question that personalizes the book For example, Whose nose is the cutest nose Your nose With their bright colors and graphics, these books should leap off the shelves into the hands of enthusiastic toddlers.

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      Published :2019-05-25T11:47:36+00:00

    One thought on “Whose Ears?

    1. jacky on said:

      This was a story time book at the Lewiston Library. I like animal books that do more than just go over the sounds. This book focused on ears. For each page spread there was a pair of ears with the rest of the animal hidden by a flap. There were some easy ones to guess (like monkey) and some harder ones (like cat, dog, and cow). The flaps were paper, so a younger child could easily rip them. But, the illustrations were bold colors; no white space.

    2. Rakisha on said:

      A wonderful read aloud book perfect for sharing with older babies and toddlers.

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