This interactive concept board book is genius-made-simple, inviting kids to identify similarities and differences between animals and themselves. The engaging, question-and-answer format is a proven hit with the youngest readers. Preschool skills are enforced as kids explore which body parts they have in common with the featured animals (eyes, nose, and mouth, for instance) and which parts they don't share with the animals (whiskers, a tail).
Simms Taback won the Caldecott Medal for Joseph Had a Little Overcoat and a Caldecott Honor Award for There Was an Old Woman Who Swallowed a Fly. He has also produced award-winning titles for Blue Apple, such as Simms Taback's Safari Animals (a 2008 Parents' Choice Gold Award winner), Peek-a-Boo Who? (a 2006 Scholastic Parent & Child Best Book of the Year), and Simms Taback's Big Book of Words (a 2004 Child Best Book of the Year, 2004 Parenting Book of the Year, and 2004 Parents' Choice Gold Award winner).
Board book. Ages 1-3.
USA 6.99 | Canada 7.99