6 edition of Look Out Bird! (North-South Paperback) found in the catalog.
March 1, 1997
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||32|
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Look Out Bird. book. Read 2 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. When snail slips and hits bird and bird flies and frightens frog and /5. Look. Birds. What a beautiful sight. Find out about all types of birds in this colorful nonfiction book. Look.
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A simple circular story: ``Snail slipped/and hit bird./Bird flew/and frightened frog,'' and so on, with each spread depicting the new encounter in a boxed scene at the left and its result in a series of images of each dislodged creature making its way off the page to the right.
In the end, ``Moth fluttered/and Look Out Bird! book snail,'' bringing us to the book's title and also back to the beginning. LOOK OUT, BIRD. User Review - Kirkus. A simple circular story: ``Snail slipped/and hit bird./Bird flew/and frightened frog,'' and so on, with each spread depicting the new encounter in a boxed scene at the left and its result in a series Read full review.
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[Marilyn Janovitz] -- A snail starts a chain reaction involving many animals when it slips off a branch and hits a bird. Picture books collection Animals collection: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Janovitz, Marilyn. Look out, bird. New York: North/South Books, © Print out this free printable bird book and record all your backyard and neighborhood birds next time you’re on a walk or birdwatching.
It’s designed for younger children (preschool, kindergarten, and first grade) and provides space for illustrations and details for each bird. Get this from a library. Look out, Bird!. [Marilyn Janovitz] -- When a clumsy snail slips from its leafy perch, it strikes a bird, which flies away and alarms a frog.
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Sit down in your back garden with a cup of tea and watch. It helps if you have established a bird friendly garden. After reading this book, I will never look at a bird the same again. Annette LeBlanc Cate helps us be more observant in the way we look at birds- their color, shape, habitat, features, sounds, etc.
The illustrations add some comic relief to the topic with birds talking to each other, birds cracking jokes, and birds conversing with the narrator /5().
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follows children in a variety of locations, all of whom are learning about local birds and their s: 6.Look Out, Ladybird! is a book written and illustrated by Jack Tickle. The book is suitable for ages 3+ to 7+. It will be released on 4th March and published by Little Tiger Press.
Just a little information about the book. It is paperback containing about 32 pages. The font is big, simple and easy to read by young school children.
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