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Whose Tail on the Trail at Grand Canyon?

4.5  ·  Rating details ·  10 Ratings  ·  2 Reviews
Whose Tail on the Trail at Grand Canyon? A wonderful book with catchy rhyming verses and appealing colorful illustrations.

Appropriate for: preschool through 3rd grade. This book also encourages the young reader to hear/read the verse, check out the tail in the picture, and then see if he/she can identify the animal from these clues. A great “learning to read” book.
Hardcover, First, 32 pages
Published November 2012 by Grand Canyon Association
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William Bevill
Nov 16, 2012 rated it it was amazing
Recommends it for: Children, people with children or grandchilren, teachers
This wonderful picture book is educational and entertaining, great for storytime and for learning. Match the tail you see on the trail and find out which animal it is- children will be delighted as they discover along with you. Having been to the Grand Canyon many times, this book is a ton of fun!
Nan Schubel
Jan 18, 2013 rated it it was amazing
I bought "Whose Tai...?"l to send to my young great nieces. The older (2nd grade) read it to her sister (kindergarten). They enjoyed it. I found the story a delightful blend of rhyme and zoology. While one niece was able to learn to read the story, they both were learning about some animals they probably don't see in Florida where they live. The animals are accurately named, so we older Arizonans learned to call a horned toad a Mountain short-tailed lizard. We are never too old to stand correcte ...more
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