Here's the band
they play and play.
1 osprey dances ballet....
That twirling osprey joins a host of other swinging animals in this counting jamboree. By the time ten flamingos go tango, the dance floor expands in a special foldout with 55 animals rocking away!
Arthur Dorros's playful verse and Caldecott Medal winner Emily Arnold McCully's boisterous characters dance right off the page and will have you twirling on your toes in no time!
Arthur Dorros is the author of many books for children, several of which he has also illustrated. His Ant Cities, a Reading Rainbow review book, and Feel the Wind were named Outstanding Science Trade Books for Children by the National Science Teachers Association/Children's Book Council. A Tree is Growing was named an Orbis Pictus Honor Book. Mr. Dorros lives in Seattle, Washington.
|Edition description:||1 ED|
|Product dimensions:||10.24(w) x 10.23(h) x 0.47(d)|
|Age Range:||3 - 6 Years|
About the Author
Arthur Dorros views being a writer like being a traveling detective. He finds ideas all around. He learned Spanish while living in Latin America, and many of his stories, such as Abuelo, grow from those experiences. Arthur is the author of many books for children, including Julio's Magic, a CLASP Américas Award Commended Title; Papá and Me, a Pura Belpré Honor Book; and the popular Let's-Read-and-Find-Out Science book Ant Cities. He lives in Seattle, Washington.
Emily Arnold McCully has illustrated more than a hundred books for children, including her own First Snow and Arnold Adoff's Black Is Brown Is Tan. She won the Caldecott Medal for her book Mirette On the High Wire.