Friday, July 6, 2012

Animal Masquerade

Submitted by Ms. Melissa!
A grumpy rhinoceros disguised as a… sweet yellow chick! It’s an animal masquerade! What a colorful way to learn about animals and actions. Animal Masquerade by Marianne Dubuc is an adorable book sure to delight child and care giver alike with its action packed, clever wit, quick pacing, and simple illustration. This book could be read again and again, and in many different ways. Reading can be extended by talking about animal noises. You and your child could talk about the zebra in the book and decide whether or not it could go to a masquerade dressed as a mouse! Such discussions will help your child learn about the basic concepts of size, texture, and physical attributes, to name a few. Or, you could throw an Animal Masquerade in your living room with all your child’s stuffed animals. Books aren’t meant to be read, they are meant to be experienced! Give Animal Masquerade a try and let your imagination run wild. See this book listed in our catalog

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