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by Mike Bostock,Karen Wallace
Imagine you are a dolphin roaming the ocean like a seabird. Karen Wallace's lyrical text and Mike Bostock's illustrations seek to capture the spirit of the dolphin and its environment.
Imagine you are a dolphin roaming the ocean like a seabird. ISBN13:9780340678336. Release Date:June 1999.
3 primary works, 3 total works. do an exceptional job of. Imagine You Are a Crocodile. do an exceptional job o. ore. Shelve Imagine You Are a Crocodile.
Dugongs, Whales, Dolphins and Seals A Guide to the Sea mammals of Australasia, Michael Bryden, Helene Marsh .
Dugongs, Whales, Dolphins and Seals A Guide to the Sea mammals of Australasia, Michael Bryden, Helene Marsh & Peter Shaughnessy, Allen & Unwin, 1998. An Australian Geographic Guide to Whales, Dolphins & Porpoises, Mark Carwardine, Erich Hoyt, R. Ewan Fordyce & Peter Gill, Australian Geographic, 2000. Sea Guide to Whales of the World, Lyall Watson, Hutchinson & C. 1981. The Dingo in Australia and Asia Australian Natural History Series, Laurie Corbett, . Books Australia, 2001.
Karen Wallace writes Natural History books for children aged 5 to 7 years old. These books encourage the . All of the books on this page except ‘Imagine You are a Tiger’ were illustrated by Mike Bostock who is absolutely brilliant. These books encourage the reader to imagine how each animal feels and therefore bring the creatures to life. A good picture book is about the chemistry between the words and the pictures. KW. ‘inventive magical illustrations and lyrical narrative.
Imagine You Are a Dolphin. Published May 13, 1998 by Hodder Children's Books.
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Imagine You Are a Crocodile manages it quite well. The prose has a nice cadence; the alliteration is wonderful. The words glide off the tongue
A terrific introduction to crocodiles. Imagine You Are a Crocodile manages it quite well. The words glide off the tongue. The watercolor illustrations are a perfect match for the crocodile's swamp. The book is written with plenty of action without being too graphic. The crocodile hangs in the water; she jumps and snatches a heron as it flies by; she yawns, closes her eyes and sleeps in the sun. The mother crocodile cares for her newly hatched babies. By (author) Karen Wallace. AbeBooks may have this title (opens in new window).
3 Total Resources 9 Books. Imagine You Are a Tiger. by Karen Wallace and Peter Melnyczuk. by Karen Wallace and Mike Bostock. Books by Karen Wallace 9. Sort by. Number of Resources Number of Awards Book Title Year Published Word Count Reading Level: ATOS® Reading Level: Lexile®. Browse books by Karen Wallace. Think of an Eel.
By Karen Wallace Illustrated by Mike Bostock. Would You Rather Be a Pollywog. By Karen Wallace Illustrated by Mike Bostock. Part of Read and Wonder.