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What do animals do on the weekend? : adventures from A to Z
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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0970897243, Hardcover)Author and illustrator Lauren Faulkenberry takes readers on a lively adventure through the alphabet from A to Z. Stylish and vibrantly illustrated, this read-aloud picture book visits an imaginary world where tigers tango, penguins picnic, and bobcats play be-bop and blues. But there are fun facts to learn, too. Adults and children can discover together that leopards eat their dinners in trees, Eskimos invented kayaks to hunt whales, and crocodiles can grow to be 20 feet long. The concept for this book was developed based on Faulkenberry's love of woodcuts, interest in unusual animal behavior, and preoccupation with the alphabet. The illustrations are linoleum block prints, colored digitally.
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Recounts the leisure time activities of a variety of creatures, from ants admiring paintings in an art gallery to zebras looking at New Zealand from their zeppelin.