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Animagicals: Patterns

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Who but this author and artist could see a rhinoceros in a train locomotive or a kangaroo in a baby carriage? With perfect accord this creative team from very different parts of the world see the possibility of animals in stripes, spots, dots, and rows. With quirky energy and electric imagination, a gifted poet and a brilliant artist cast a sharp eye on design and transpor ...more
Hardcover, 32 pages
Published April 1st 2001 by Chronicle Books
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Sylvester
3* art
3* poems

Squirt liked to open the hidden page to see the animal behind the pattern. Poems a little too long for a toddler.
Ruth Govaerts
Nov 11, 2008 Ruth Govaerts rated it really liked it
grappige 'raad-wie-ik-ben' prentjes...
Echt fijn om door te bladeren.
Mips
Jun 27, 2008 Mips rated it it was amazing
Nederlandse titel "Beesten Kleren"
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Carol Diggory Shields was inspired to write SATURDAY NIGHT AT THE DINOSAUR STOMP after "being called a Nagosaurus by my five-year-old," she admits. "I started playing with the idea of partying dinosaurs who were scientifically accurate (more or less), and somehow in the prehistoric ooze of my brain, SATURDAY NIGHT AT THE DINOSAUR STOMP took shape." Her rocking prehistoric party proved a hit with b ...more
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