Flying Squirrel at Acorn Place
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Flying Squirrel at Acorn Place

4.4 of 5 stars 4.40  ·  rating details  ·  10 ratings  ·  4 reviews
Children discover that they do not have to travel great distances to see great things as they read about amazing animals, insects, and birds that live in backyards across North America.
-- A Parents' Choice Approval for 19 title book and tape series.
-- Glossary highlights key plant and animal terms.
-- Read-along cassettes include page-turning tones and authentic sound effec...more
Paperback, 32 pages
Published September 1st 1998 by Soundprints (first published January 1st 1998)
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Sarah
Flying Squirrel at Acorn Place is a nonfiction book written by Barbara Gaines Winkelman. This book is a great book for children in kindergarten because they have an excellent imagination and it is a picture book which will help them to read the words. The book is about a flying squirrel that is awakened one day by a giant paw poking into his house and so he decides that he needs to look for a new home. I thought this book was a very book and the illustrations were amazing. I love to look at pict...more
Phuong Dao
This book is about flying squirrel. This flying squirrel lives in the eastern half of the United states and along the coast from Canada down to east Texas mexico and Honduras. They grow to between eight and ten inches and length. They call flying squirrel but they are not actually flying, they are gliding instead. They eat nuts, berries, sap, insect, seeds,lichens, and meat. They are consider as omnivores. I think this book is a good book to teach children about science.
Danielle
This book follows Flying Squirrel over the course of one night. He looks for a new nest, hides from an owl, makes a sleeping nest, collects and stores nuts, and eats at the bird feeder. Very informative about flying squirrels with great illustrations.
Molly
A very wonderful children's book. It's entertaining, informative, and stunningly illustrated. Lovely.
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