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What Do Animals Eat?

Gorelik, Katerina

$22.99

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A large-format board book introducing a funny assortment of animals and what they eat. From what they are eating to how they are finding their food, animals are very curious creatures. This large-format board book is full of facts about animals and their diets and is a perfect introduction for toddlers and preschoolers to the \”who eats what\” in the natural world. Discover what wild animals like bats, birds, owls, foxes, hedgehogs wolves, tigers, crocodiles, elephants, gorillas, pelicans, and even polar bears eat, along with clues about their behavior and way of life. Young children will be fascinated by how differently each of these animals finds their food and how each feeds their families. The bold pictures pair with the wildly informative text to capture the interest of little ones and have them asking to read it again and again! AGES: 1 to 3 AUTHOR: Katerina Gorelik was born in a small city in Russia and now lives and works in Moscow. Katerina obtained a university law degree and worked as a lawyer, but after the birth of her oldest son, she decided to drastically change her life to do what she loves most-drawing. Since 2011, she has worked as a freelance illustrator. Then, in 2015, Katerina started making children’s books. She is a mother of two children and is a great animal lover, which helps her come up with topics for her books. She is the author of the Curious Creatures series, which also includes Where Do Animals Live. SELLING POINTS: . Discover how wild animals find food and what they eat, from carnivores to herbivores . Large-format board book is perfect for toddlers and preschoolers to hold during story time reading and later during independent reading . Nonfiction facts and humorous illustrations build vocabulary and sight word recognition as well as an awareness of the natural world

Format: Board Books
Pages: 24
Imprint: SCHIFFER PUBNS US
Publication date: 28/11/2022
Author: Gorelik, Katerina
Illustrator: Gorelik, Katerina
ISBN: 9780764365140

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