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Look Behind!: Tales of Animal Ends by Lola…

Look Behind!: Tales of Animal Ends

by Lola M. Schaefer

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teacher marks book wen she finds things she did not know, then have kids read and try to find out what the teacher didn't know. ( )
  lmaddux | Dec 12, 2010 |
The premise of this alphabet book is that animal buttocks are a way to engage children in basic information about animal behavior. Fancy Butt (a peacock), Dirty Butt (a warthog), and Knight in Shining Armor Butt (an armadillo) are among the 26 creatures that are showcased in large watercolor cartoons and a brief paragraph. The book is most successful when it provides information specific to an animal's rear end. ( )
  JoseDelAguila | Mar 28, 2010 |
A book about animal endings is not common. This book discussing the various animals with playful language will be sure to grab students attention. I'm not sure how I would use this in a lesson but it would be a great read aloud because most students would be grossed out but interested. I would recommend it to reluctant readers. ( )
  kmacneill | Nov 3, 2009 |
This book cute but lengthy. A new way to look at animals and appreciate them. The illustrations were funny. I was disappointed. my 8 yr old is a strong reader but lost interest near the end, my 12 yr old liked it for its silliness. My 8 y.o. also wouldnt touch or look at the book since it was about behinds (ridiculous thought!) but as my 12 y.o. read it LOL he became interested. i would use this book to talk about animals, guessing games, appropriateness, for the young -3 but could use it to demonstrate and teach illustration skills in 5+. ( )
  awiltenburg | Sep 3, 2009 |
kids will be intrested in the topic. ( )
  ymartinez | Mar 15, 2009 |
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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0060883936, Hardcover)

Did you know that animal and insect butts are amazing?

Who has a glowing butt?

Where do you see a zany butt?

From A to Z, look through these pages and see how many alpha-butts you can find.

(retrieved from Amazon Thu, 12 Mar 2015 18:09:28 -0400)

Animal butts can be amazing. Reader can determine whose butt belongs to whom.

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