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Do You See My Tail?

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Guess who I am! The forest animals in this book only show their tails at first. Bushy tails, teeny tiny tails, round tails … Do you know which animal is hiding behind the flap? And where the baby animals live? Find out!

A sweet picture book in which little ones can guess which tail belongs to which animal. For toddlers ages 18 months and up, with a focus on the child’s worl
Hardcover, 24 pages
Published March 14th 2017 by Clavis
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Kaethe Douglas
Dec 31, 2018 rated it really liked it
A cute guess who and lift the flap book that employs repetition in a very good way for toddlers.

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Bijsterbosch , Anita Do You See My Tail? PICTURE BOOK. Clavish Publishing, Inc., 2017. $12.95. Content: G.

In this fun “lift the page” picture book children will delight in guessing which animal is hiding behind the page. “Do you see my tail? I have a teeny tiny tail. Guess who I am!” When the flap is listed the hedgehog is revealed with her little babies. The text then shares information about the babies: “My babies are sleeping and eating in a nest made of branches and leaves. They love apples
Maria Heye
It's time to guess the animal! The animals in the book only show their tail, it is up to the young reader to be able to guess the animal all by the tail they see. This book is interactive for the reader, hidden behind the flaps you will see the whole forest animal. Some tails are bushy while some are little tiny one's, this book is great for a reader trying to learn some of the animals as well as these animals live at. It's time to have some fun all while learning!
Cheriee Weichel
Each two page spread begins with the question, Do you see my tail? This is followed by a brief description and another question, Guess who I am? Lifting the flap on the next page reveals the animal. I like this book and think that my grandchildren will too. I'm reserving the right to change my evaluation of this book depending on what they think. ...more
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