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Children's LiteratureThis small but sturdy lift-the-flap paperback book is a treasure! The book unfolds as each page turns to reveal an outdoor scene, but no creature. To find out Who's Home? the reader must lift a flap. The illustrations of the out-of-doors are realistic. A child, if he never sees a real one, will know what a beaver looks like if he has seen this book. The box turtle with his head stretched out of his shell looks exactly as they always do. Who is living in the thick brush? Raise the flap. It's a baby deer. If you look carefully before you open the flap, a piece of his ear is visible under the leaves. Who is living in the big hive in the hole of the tree? Who is hiding in the tall grass, her ears just a little taller than the tallest blade of grass? Any child would be happy to receive this book. Anyone would be pleased to give it. 2003, Grosset & Dunlap, Ages 2 to 6.
— Eleanor Heldrich