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Animals Do Too! How They Behave Just Like You–Parents and Teachers, take note of this one!

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Animals Do Too! How They Behave Just Like You

by Etta Kaner

Animals Do TooAnimals Do Too! How They Behave Just Like You is a wonderful picture book that can be read on so many different levels and in many different ways. Preschoolers would enjoy the basic predictable story pattern that compares their action to that of an animal (e.g. “Do you like to dance? Honeybees do too!). The young elementary student will enjoy the scientific description of what the animal does that is like what the child does and why. The slightly older student would enjoy reading the book independently.  At the end of the book is an illustrated glossary of all the animals in the book with a short description of each. No review of this book would be complete without kudos to the illustrator, Marilyn Faucher. Her illustrations of both people and animals are colorful, engaging, and fun. They will make you smile!

I would like to extend my thanks to netgalley.com and to Kids Can Press for giving me the opportunity to read this book in exchange for an honest review.

Rating: 5/5

Category: Children’s Nonfiction

Publication:  May 2, 2017—Kids Can Press

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3 Comments

  1. Our dogs and cat, Kato all had a large understanding of words. All had terrific ability to scent. Kato knew the scent of all the residents of this complex and our car. He new the various RV parks we visited.

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