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Show Me Your Ears (Peter Rabbit) by Beatrix…

Show Me Your Ears (Peter Rabbit)

by Beatrix Potter

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“Peter Rabbit Show Me Your Ears” is a picture book with touch and feel features. It talks about various animals' body parts, such as nose, tail, whiskers, paws, and ears. Each of these body parts have a touch and feel feature to them to show you what that animal's body part feels like. At the very end of the book it has a mirror so you can point out some of your own body parts as well.

This book is very neat. I think it's a great way to teach children where their ear, nose, mouth, toes, and such are as well as teach them about various animals' anatomy as well.

This book could be used to teach children in the classroom what different animal parts are and what they feel like just by reading it and pointing out the touch and feel features. At the end of the book you could face the mirror page towards and children and have them point out their own ears, eyes, nose, and toes. You could also have them pick out and draw an animal they saw in the book and identify its ears, eyes, nose, and tail.
  JessicaFlood | Sep 25, 2011 |
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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0723264333, Hardcover)

Children are greeted with familiar Potter characters and a question on each page that asks about each character's distinguishing feature, such as Squirrel Nutkin's tail, Tom Kitten's paws and Peter Rabbit's ears! Each spread features touch-and-feel elements and encourages interaction and participation!

(retrieved from Amazon Thu, 12 Mar 2015 18:06:44 -0400)

Touch Peter Rabbit's soft ears and feel Mrs. Tiggywinkle's bumpy nose. Get to know and love five of Beatrix Potter's most popular characters by discovering what they feel like. -- P[4] of cover.

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