Thursday, November 3, 2022

"Meet the National Animals " - a bookwrap



Meet the National Animals

Authored by Catherine Veitch

Illustrated by Shiori Saito


* Reading Age:  5-8 years

* Grade Level: K-3

* Hardcover:  48 pages

* Publisher:  Happy Yak

* Pub. Date:  March 15, 2022

* ISBN-10:  0711263728

* ISBN-13:  978-0911263727

* Language:  English

"Meet the National Animals is a playful and humorous look at the animals all around the world who represent their country."


Unwrapping Some Illustrations 

The Book

This educational non-fiction book features over 35 awesome animals that represent their own particular country.  The reader will find out why they are so unique and special and many interesting facts regarding them. 

The text is witty, playful and loads of fun keeping even the youngest reader engaged in the narrative.  The illustrations are large and bold highlighting each animal in a very kid-friendly manner.  

The book not only introduces the animal star of the country but facts about the country itself.  Conservation issues are touched on also which I really appreciated.  

My favourite?  The Beaver of course who represents my very own country of Canada!  I know kids will love this book and go back again and again to enjoy all the fun and knowledge it has to share.  I highly recommend Meet the National Animals! Is your country represented?  Check out the book and find out

Storywraps Rating - 5 HUGS! 


Meet the Author

Catherine Veitch trained as an infant primary teacher before working as an editor and writer for twenty years in children’s magazines and books. Today, when she’s not walking her Sheltie dog, Arthur, Catherine enjoys writing and creating content for children’s story, puzzle, activity, and early learning books.

About the Illustrator

Shiori Saito was born and raised in Japan and is a multidisciplinary artist, illustrator, and designer, who is currently based in Calgary, Canada. Her playful artwork combines digital and organic media, which is inspired by everyday moments, nature, and happy accidents! From illustrations to interactive installations, her creative output is diverse. One thing in common is that she loves to use humor to not only make people smile, but also add warmth in narrative. 

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