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Children explore a variety of myths and enjoy the mythical creatures introduced in Can You Catch A Mermaid?
Meet your favorite book creators, launch an author study, browse our themed booklists, get tips on how to choose and use kids’ books, find guidance on building a more diverse bookshelf, celebrate annual literacy events with us, and more! My timing in actually reading this book is ironic in that, over the weekend, I attended a presentation about wolf rescue.During her second year as a student, she entered one of her projects for the Macmillan Prize for Children's Illustration, earned a 'Highly Commended'and then, the following year, won the prize by entering two books that the judges ranked in first and second place. Published for British Science Week 2009 this resource is packed full of bee facts as well as ideas for role play and practical fieldwork - spotting bees and identifying their food sources.
Most people don’t think of the library as a dangerous place, but in Wolves, Emily Gravett shows that you can never tell what lurks within the pages of a book. Emily Gravett is the author and illustrator of many children’s books, including Matilda’s Cat, Again! For a fuller explanation see my review for 101 Amazing Facts about Australia You can see all the books on their own shelf.He’s thrilled to find a large albeit peculiar spotted egg - from which hatches a large but loving alligator and lots of understated humor.
Plot: This book has a very interesting and suspenseful plot because the rabbit is outside for the book, but it also still in the is book. The illustrations of the book he reads are entirely black and white, while the cover of the book is a deep, solid red. This is a picture book about a rabbit (naturally) who goes to the library (also, naturally) and checks out a book on WOLVES.Those readers needing reassurance can take comfort in the author’s promise that “no rabbits were eaten in the making of this book”.