Forest Bright, Forest Nightby Jennifer Ward, Jamichael Henterly
Someone is always awake in the forest! Take a peek into the forest in the daytime, when some animal families play and others are asleep-then flip this book to see the same forest at nighttime, when the ones that were playing are now asleep, and the families that were asleep are very busy. Be sure to count all the baby animals!
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I first heard about this book while at a workshop focused on incorporating the outdoors into the preschool curriculum. After reading this story, I just had to have it in our school library. The pictures are bright and colorful. The images are captivating. Each page of the story contains rhyming words. Each page also relates to a specific number. For each page you will find the number hidden in the picture as well as that number of animals. It is a great cross curricular-book for any child regardless of how old they are.