Do Baby Elephants Suck Their Trunks?: Amazing Ways Animals Are Just Like Us (Hardcover)

Do Baby Elephants Suck Their Trunks?: Amazing Ways Animals Are Just Like Us By Ben Lerwill, Katharine McEwen (Illustrator) Cover Image

Do Baby Elephants Suck Their Trunks?: Amazing Ways Animals Are Just Like Us (Hardcover)

By Ben Lerwill, Katharine McEwen (Illustrator)

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A perfect read-aloud, this book encourages the youngest of readers to think about what makes them unique while also learning about ways in which they might be similar to babies in the animal kingdom—from giraffes wobbling as they walk to puppies losing their baby teeth. Each spread is fully illustrated with heartwarming collage artwork that depicts the love between parent and child across species.
Ben Lerwill has been working as a freelance travel writer for over fifteen years. His work has appeared in more than fifty national and international publications, from The Sunday Times to National Geographic Traveler. He is thrilled that, through children’s books, he can share his enthusiasm about the wider world with young readers. Ben Lerwill lives with his family in Oxfordshire, England.

Katharine McEwen has illustrated more than thirty books for children, including the Who’s Hiding series, and has collaborated with many well-known authors, including Allan Ahlberg and Michael Rosen. She is also the author-illustrator of Bear Hug. Katharine McEwen lives with her family in Kent, England.
Product Details ISBN: 9781536224047
ISBN-10: 1536224049
Publisher: Nosy Crow
Publication Date: June 14th, 2022
Pages: 32
Language: English
This appealing book looks at what baby animals have in common with young children. . . . The book’s Q&A approach lets teachers and parents engage children by waiting for their responses before providing the answer and some additional facts, which might be amazing or amusing. . . . The digitally scanned collage illustrations create a warm, inviting look.
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