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Where's Walrus?

by Stephen Savage

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Wordless book. Humorous, good for all ages. Can be used as a prompt activity.
  zaspelaa | Apr 13, 2017 |
Where's Walrus is a humorous book that does not have a single word in it. It deals with a walrus who escapes from the zoo, and ends up playing a cat and mouse game of hide and seek. This would be an excellent book for younger elementary students as it is sure to give them a good laugh. While running all over the city from the zookeeper he hides in various locations such as a fountain, and at a counter waiting for a soda. ( )
  TylerAnderson | Feb 22, 2017 |
Where's Walrus by Stephen Savage is a book with no words, but still a really fun book that kids will enjoy. It is about a Walrus at the zoo who has a small pool. He then goes missing and is in a different disguise every page. At the end, they find him at a diving competition and finally get him a much larger pool. This book would be great for kids who haven't started reading yet up to about 2nd grade so that kids can use their imagination.
  audreybusch | Feb 19, 2017 |
This book tells that a walrus escaped from the zoo, he stays one step ahead by disguising himself among some staffs. It is a wordless book. I would use this book in my teaching, because the picture in this book is really good and it can enhance kids' imagination.This book is good for kinder garden and 1st grade reader to read. ( )
  CNKE94297 | Feb 16, 2017 |
This wordless book shows a Walrus escaping from the zoo. His tank is to small, so he decides to run away. Through out the story we see Walrus hiding from the zoo keeper in very silly ways. At the end of the book the zoo keeper realizes what the Walrus wants and gets him a bigger tank.

This book would work well for grades 1-3 ( )
  mackenzieblizzard | Feb 16, 2017 |
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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0439700493, Hardcover)

A happy-go-lucky Walrus escapes the zoo in search of adventure in this wordless instant classic.

Bored with life at the zoo, an adventurous walrus escapes to the outside world. With the zookeeper in hot pursuit, Walrus cleverly tries on all sorts of hats to disguise himself. Will a yellow hardhat point to a new life as a construction worker? Or will a red swimming cap reveal his true talents? Follow the happy-go-lucky runaway as he hides amongst firefighters, businessmen, and even high-stepping dancers in this delightful wordless picture book.

(retrieved from Amazon Thu, 12 Mar 2015 18:08:49 -0400)

In this wordless picture book, follow Walrus on a happy-go-lucky spree through the big city, as he tries on different hats to disguise himself from the chasing zookeeper.

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