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Move! (edition 2006)

by Robin Page, Steve Jenkins (Illustrator)

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Member:ileahschmuhl
Title:Move!
Authors:Robin Page
Other authors:Steve Jenkins (Illustrator)
Info:Houghton Mifflin Books for Children (2006), Edition: None, Hardcover, 32 pages
Collections:Your library
Rating:*****
Tags:Animals, Verbs, Science, Exercise

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This text connects various living things, be it reptile, mammal, or birds, and the ways they move. Discussing movement and different actions with young people can be difficult at times but this book brings those movements to life with it's illustrations of swinging gibbons, or slithering snakes. On the last few pages each living thing is further explained, including how large they are, where they live, and more details about how they move. This book would be great for making movement activities in a classroom.
  schendo | Nov 24, 2014 |
Discover how a number of animals move in this creative book by Steve Jenkins and his wife, Robin Page. Their collages of cut and torn paper will have the animals leaping off of the pages. ( )
  lbblackwell | Jul 30, 2014 |
A book showcasing how different animals move in different ways.
Source: Pierce College Library
Ages: 3-5
  andreamathison | Nov 11, 2013 |
This book about animal movement is simple and informative. The text moves across the page is many interesting, unexpected ways that I'm sure a child would find engaging. The last few pages contain further information about each of the different species that are found on the pages before. I learned a lot from the last pages and a reader that wanted to know more about a perticular animal would be sure to find the information he or she wanted there. ( )
  matthewbloome | Jul 1, 2013 |
Genre: Informational
Genre Critique: This book is a perfect example of a simple informational book for little children. From the big letters and words, to the pictures of the animals, this book explains the types of movements that different creatures do in a fun and exciting way for children.
Review/Critique: A cute book that uses big letters, fun writing, and cute animals to describe movement. It would be a great book to use in a kindergarten classroom!
Media: Collages of cut and torn paper ( )
  MkM | Apr 11, 2013 |
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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 061864637X, Hardcover)

Animals move! Follow them as they swing, dance, float, leap, and slide from page to page, then learn why these animals move the way they do.

Move! is a playful introduction to motion in the animal kingdom that invites young readers to guess some of the unusual ways that animals get around.

Action is the name of the game, so Move!

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Learn about how different animals move.

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