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Crinkleroot's 25 Mammals Every Child Should Know (Crinkleroot)

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The jovial woodsman Crinkleroot introduce twenty-five realistically drawn mammals, including the dog, beaver, and elephant.
Hardcover, 24 pages
Published April 1st 1994 by Bradbury Press (first published March 1994)
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Vivian
Oct 14, 2010 Vivian rated it liked it
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After singing "The More We Get Together" naming all the children and then singing "Hello Everybody, Let's Clap Our Hands" and adding actions to go with today's "Fox" theme such as "let's prick up our ears", etc., I began with this book, simply because it features a fox on the cover. Children who attend my program range in age from infant to kindergarten. I asked the children to name the animal I pointed to and asked what sound it makes. They all enjoyed this activity.
Dolly
Sep 29, 2012 Dolly rated it it was ok
Recommends it for: parents reading with their little ones
We recently read Crinkleroot's Guide to Walking in Wild Places and we really liked it, so we decided to read more of the books in the Crinkleroot series by Jim Arnosky. We put this book on hold at our local library and we were excited to learn more about mammals.

Much to my surprise and dismay, this is a simple book of pictures with labels and nothing more. The first two pages deceived me into thinking we'd get information about each animal, and I was surprised when all I saw were twenty-five an
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Apr 18, 2012 Ashley Reads rated it really liked it
Not really a story that went along with this one but good pictures, accurate and colorful, for helping children learn several different mammals and the definition of a mammal could also be tied in.
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Jim Arnosky was born in New York City, NY Sept 1, 1946. He was raised in Pennsylvania. Jim graduated from high school in Philadelphia and joined the US Naval Reserves. His active duty took him to Maryland and Bremerhaven, Germany.
In 1976 Jim and his wife Deanna moved to Vermont with their two daughters where they have lived in an old farmhouse for the past 28 years. 17 of those years were spent ra
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