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7 edition of Whose Footprint Is That? (Animal Detectives) found in the catalog.

Whose Footprint Is That? (Animal Detectives)

by Jacqui Brown

  • 370 Want to read
  • 9 Currently reading

Published by Barron"s Educational Series .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Preschool Picture Story Books,
  • Children"s Books/Ages 4-8 Fiction,
  • Children: Grades 2-3,
  • Children: Preschool,
  • Action & Adventure - General,
  • Animals - Rabbits,
  • Juvenile Fiction / Action & Adventure,
  • Animals - General,
  • Mysteries, Espionage, & Detective Stories,
  • Animal tracks,
  • Beavers,
  • Fiction,
  • Juvenile Fiction

  • Edition Notes

    SeriesAnimal Detectives
    The Physical Object
    FormatHardcover
    Number of Pages32
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL10931113M
    ISBN 100764156616
    ISBN 109780764156618
    OCLC/WorldCa53247854

    The first sign Robinson sees of anyone else on his island is a footprint in the sand, which sends him running terrified to his dwelling. Through Robinson's reaction to the footprint, we see his ambivalence toward society. Instead of rejoicing at the possibility of rescue or of a companion, Robinson has grown to like his individual, solitary life so much that he reacts only with fear. Zero Footprint by Simon Chase and Ralph Pezzullo is a biography about Simon's multitude of dangerous missions while being a Private Military Contractor. I find the book to be entertaining with moments of fast-paced action and his personal life stuck in between/5.

      Book of the Week! This video is unavailable. Watch Queue Queue. In final section of the book, Crusoe sees a footprint on the shore one day and learns that he is not alone on the island. There are also (gasp!) cannibals. Crusoe struggles with the question of whether or not he should take revenge on them. Eventually, he meets with Friday, a native man whom he is able to rescue from the cannibals.

    "A young, playful nonfiction picture book explores the connections between an animal, how it moves, and its tracks. Companion title to 's Whose Poop Is That? Guess the footprints! Written by a mammalogist at the Smithsonian, Whose Tracks Are Those? pairs animal tracks with the respective animal, asking readers to guess which animal left them behind.   Tom Steyer: Whose Carbon Footprint Is Bigger? In his book Charles Koch called that acquisition "one of the most significant events in the evolution of our company." The refinery was a.


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Whose Footprint Is That. (Animal Detectives) Hardcover – October 1, by Jacqui Brown (Author) › Visit Amazon's Jacqui Brown Page. Find all the books, read about the author, and more. See search results for this author.

Are you an author. Learn about Author Central 5/5(2). About Whose Footprint Is That?. A nonfiction guessing game that explores the connections between an animal, its tracks, and its habitat. Written by a mammalogist at the Smithsonian, this clever preschool page-turner pairs seven tracks with information about the animals’ locomotion, asking kids to guess which animal left which tracks behind.

Using clues, a footprint and an illustration of a part of the animal, children are encouraged to guess whose footprint they are looking at. The next page shows the animal, and tells an interesting fact or two about its feet.

Darrin Lunde manages the mammal collection at /5. Readers must guess which creatures left their distinctive tracks behind in this fact-filled book. On the verso page of each spread, the question reads, "Whose footprint is that?" and a clue to the maker of the print appears with a snippet of its anatomy—e.g., snout, Author: Darrin Lunde.

Whose Footprints. Hardcover – October 1, by Molly Coxe (Author) › Visit Amazon's Molly Coxe Page. Find all the books, read about the author, and more. See search results for this author. Are you an author. Learn about Author Central Price: $   Readers must guess which creatures left their distinctive tracks behind in this fact-filled book.

On the verso page of each spread, the question reads, "Whose footprint is that?" and a clue to the maker of the print appears with a snippet of its anatomy—e.g., snout, ears, tail, feather, even, in one case, a section of a : Charlesbridge. Readers must guess which creatures left their distinctive tracks behind in this fact-filled book.

On the verso page of each spread, the question reads, "Whose footprint is that?" and a clue to the maker of the print appears with a snippet of its anatomy—e.g., snout, Reviews: 1. Who goes there.

Readers must guess which creatures left their distinctive tracks behind in this fact-filled book. On the verso page of each spread, the question reads, "Whose footprint is that?" and a clue to the maker of the print appears with a snippet of its anatomy—e.g., snout, ears, tail, feather, even, in one case, a section of a body.

She began her highly successful career with her award-winning book Scallywag. During this time, Jeannette has enjoyed working Jeannette is the ABC s best-selling Australian author and illustrator. She has sold well over million books worlwide, into 19 countries and over 14 different languages/5.

Whose Tracks Are These. A Clue Book of Familiar Forest Animals Paperback – April 1, I read it with each of them separately and provided footprint stamps for them to put in their zoology journals once they figured out which animal was described.

They listened as I read it with their 6 and 3 year old sisters but weren't as interested /5(20). Get this from a library. Whose footprint is that?.

[Darrin P Lunde; Kelsey Oseid] -- "A young, playful nonfiction picture book explores the connections between an animal, how it moves, and its tracks. Companion title to 's Whose Poop Is That. Guess the footprints. Written by a. Match the footprints in the snow to each living thing in the story.

The whole family takes part in this adventure. Jacqui Brown, Author Barron's Educational Series $ (32p) ISBN Whose Footprint Is That.

(Book): Lunde, Darrin P.: "A young, playful nonfiction picture book explores the connections between an animal, how it moves, and its tracks. Companion title to 's Whose Poop Is That. Guess the footprints. Written by a mammalogist at the Smithsonian, Whose Tracks Are Those.

pairs animal tracks with the respective animal, asking readers to guess which animal left. Who goes there. Readers must guess which creatures left their distinctive tracks behind in this fact-filled book.

On the verso page of each spread, the question reads, “Whose footprint is that?” and a clue to the maker of the print appears with a snippet of its anatomy—e.g., snout, ears, tail, feather, even, in one case, a section of a body.

The recto page displays the print or prints. Welcome to Book Talks. Listen to brief book reviews by an OPL staff member. After you’ve listened, click on the link below to check out or place a hold on the book – all from the comfort of. Answer Key. Title: footprint Created Date: 4/11/ PMFile Size: KB.

Whose Footprint Is That. (Book): Lunde, Darrin P: "A young, playful nonfiction picture book explores the connections between an animal, how it moves, and its tracks.

Companion title to 's Whose Poop Is That. Guess the footprints. Written by a mammalogist at the Smithsonian, Whose Tracks Are Those.

pairs animal tracks with the respective animal, asking readers to guess which animal left. Whose Footprints book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers.

A series of footprints with the next page giving the answer to the question of "who's footprint is it" The writing is short and funny.

flag Like see review * rated it liked it /5. The book is structured so that each new footprint is accompanied by a question ("Whose footprint is that?" for most, though later images of a snake's slithery track and a fossil play with the question a bit) and a clue: a part of the animal peeking around the book's corner, or perhaps some other item, such as a feather, left behind.

Whose Footprint Is That? reveals the animals—ranging from flamingos to kangaroos—in their own habitats. Juvenile Nonfiction Nature Science. Publication Details Publisher: Charlesbridge Publication Date: Format Kindle Book OverDrive Read Darrin Lunde (Author) Darrin Lunde has worked as a mammalogist at the American Museum of Natural.

A nonfiction guessing game that explores the connections between an animal, its tracks, and its habitat.

Written by a mammalogist at the Smithsonian, this clever preschool page-turner pairs seven tracks with information about the animals' locomotion, asking kids .COVID Resources.

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