Sunday, January 2, 2022

" How Big Is Your Paw?" - a bookwrap



How Big Is Your Paw? Forest Animals

Book by Kristin J. Russo


* Ages:  3-5

* Grade Level:  PS-1

* Length:  16 pages

* Publisher:  becker&mayer! 

* Pub. Date:  December 28, 2021

* Language:  English

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The Book

Eight animals can give the reader a high-five and in so doing human hands and animal paw sizes are compared.  Life-size imprints of the forest animal tracks are featured and interesting and educational facts are presented.  Not only is this book engaging but interactive as well.  Kids will love it!  

The various animals included are: opossum, river otter, bobcat, coyote, cougar, wolf, black ear and moose.  The colourful illustrations are big, bold and beautiful.  The text is simple, factual and will delight young readers.  I recommend this book. 

Storywraps Rating - 5 HUGS!


Meet the Author

Kristin J. Russo writes fiction and nonfiction for young readers.  A former university lecturer in English, writing, and rhetoric, she is a humorous and energetic speaker and presenter.  She has three grown children and lives near Providence, RI, with her husband and two rescue dogs. 

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