Publishers Weekly - Publishers WeeklyA quartet of titles by Airlie Anderson star cartoonish animals that demonstrate the titular concept. In A Very Furry Flap Book, readers can find the four furry residents as they read the paper (Kitten), relax (Dog) and shower (Monkey); Leopard must locate his lost items among his home's polka-dotted appointments in A Very Spotty Flap Book. The other two titles in the series: A Very Patchy Flap Book and A Very Stripy Flap Book. Copyright 2004 Reed Business Information.
Children's LiteratureZebras, as most kids know, are recognizable due to their black-and-white stripes. This zebra lives in a house where everything is striped. He searches for his friends in a game of hide-and seek. Lifting the flaps reveals where they have hidden. As the hunt progresses, Zebra's friends join in the search. When they have all been found they apparently decide to hide again. This time they all cram together in Zebra's striped wardrobe. This is a concept book that adds a bit of fun to the lesson. It is part of a series that includes strips, spots and fur (the latter seems a bit out of context). 2004, Tiger Tales, Ages 2 to 4.
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