Hungry Little Hareby Howard Goldsmith, Denny Bond (Illustrator)
On a quest for raspberry leaves,Little Hare follows her nose. . . and stumbles into creatures so well-disguised,that each appears to be something else! Children will learn about animal camouflage as the hungry hare meets a green frog,a walkingstick,a katydid,a crab spider,and other woodland animals. An activity section for parents reinforces the lessons learned throughout the book.
Where are Little Hare's friends? Why,hiding in plain sight,that's where! While scouring the meadow for raspberry leaves,Hungry Little Hare turns up one surprise after another. She finds a frog that's invisible in the green grass. . . a walkingstick bug mimicking a twig. . . and a katydid,a moth,and a woodcock! The little jackrabbit wishes she could camouflage herself,too! Her mother urges patienceand sure enough,when snowy winter comes,Little Hare discovers her very own disguise! Hungry Little Hare is the third title in the "Early Learner's Science through Stories" series of scientifically accurate pictuer books for young children. Readers will meet camouflage artists small and large and learn about how camouflage helps animals survive. On the "Think About It" page,children will delight in finding animals hidden in the pictures.
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