Whose Nose Is This?

Whose Nose Is This?

by Joanne Randolph

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Children's Literature - Elizabeth Young
In this entry in the "Animal Clues" series, Randolph shares five mammals, beginning with their nose. Most of the animals are familiar from any trip to the zoo except the dog, which is a tamed anima. The noses are easily recognized, although the camel's soft folded nose could be that of a giant bunny, and the hippopotamus's nose looks like it could be a giant, muddy pickle. The simple questions are helpful in identifying the animals and certainly could lead to further discussion about noses, why they are so diverse, and why everybody has one. The images are colorful and sharp, all are taken from stock photographs so they are of a high quality with sharp detail. Following the question-and-answer text is a page with a glossary, a brief index that seems to serve more as a word hunt, and a statement about Web sites for further study. In addition to introducing readers to various animal parts, the series also familiarizes budding researchers with the unique parts of a resource book. Reviewer: Elizabeth Young

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Rosen Publishing Group, Incorporated, The
Publication date:
Animal Clues Series
Product dimensions:
7.70(w) x 7.20(h) x 0.30(d)
Age Range:
4 - 6 Years

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