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What's for Lunch?

3.47  ·  Rating Details  ·  17 Ratings  ·  4 Reviews
Pull down the flaps to find out what animals are eating for lunch, and learn what kinds of messes they make while chowing on chow. Bold, colorful illustrations make this book reatable for youngsters.
Hardcover, 14 pages
Published October 1st 1999 by Dutton Juvenile
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Medina Sabovic
Jan 20, 2014 Medina Sabovic rated it liked it
The genre of this book is children's picture books. In this story the author talks about what different animals eat. Also the author describes different things about each animal. The use of this book in an elementary classroom is for students to learn the different types of animals and what they eat. Also students can learn that not all animals are the same and not all animals eat the same food to survive. I chose this book because when I opened the book I saw all these different types of animal ...more
I'm pretty sure I could work this lift-the-flap book of different animals and the foods they eat. It's cute enough (I like how each one is covering its mouth) and I think toddlers would enjoy it. Especially the last part. I may leave off some of the text, or read snippets of it.

3/18/10 One that I didn't think would read well actually turned out quite well with both groups.

3/25/10 This one worked out even better with the smaller downtown groups. The second group was so small, I was able to have t
Dearborn Public Library Youth Services
Fun for PreK-1st grade. Kids like to make animal noises and call out the food before you get to it in the rhyme.
May 01, 2009 Tricia rated it liked it
Good for younger audiences. Lift the flap book about food. Bright colors and attractive animals. Think toddler.
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