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Look Again! by A.J. Wood
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Look Again! (1992)

by A.J. Wood

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The main idea of this book is to get students excited about learning the animals through a game and then giving them information about different animals in different habitats. I think the spot the difference throughout the book is a fun way to get students interested in learning the topic. One thing I don't like about the book is that the information about each page is at the end of the book. I think it would benefit to have the information either with the pictures or on the page after. ( )
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The reader is encouraged to find in the illustrations a variety of plants and animals from twelve distinct habitats around the world that use their shape and color to ensure their survival.

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