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Hello Hello

by Brendan Wenzel

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In simple text a set of animals, each one linked to the previous one by some trait of shape, color, or pattern, greet and interact with one another.

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Say hello to various animals throughout the world. Why say Hello? The more people who know about these strange and unusual creatures, the more likely they will survive in the wild. All animals mentioned in this book are threatened or near extinction in the wild. We can help save them but simply knowing about them.
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  LibrarianRyan | Dec 15, 2020 |
A great conversation starter for young children. Recommended for Earth Day! ( )
  Chrissylou62 | Aug 1, 2020 |
This book compares different things to one another. Like patterns on an animal or how some things are tall or short. It has many different illustrations that grab the readers attention. It is filled with many different types of animals.
  Amelia.Drake | Nov 15, 2019 |
This brightly colored rhyming book is a delight to look at. Page by page a string of animals are compared and contrasted by colors, sizes, positions, patterns, relationships, and even more. Suitable for themes of comparison, greetings, and animals.

Appropriate for ages 3 to 5. ( )
  Zoes_Human | Jul 10, 2019 |
Beautiful illustrations with lots of color and detail and texture allow the reader to say hello to many different animals, some quite, some proud, some giant and so on. Ans many of the animals (according to a note from the author) are endangered and many people don't even know they exist. One of the most wonderful things about the book is that the book lists and names every single animal that is illustrated and tell if the animals is endangered in any way. This book is good for teaching about diversity in the world and about the many animals that are endangered. ( )
  JenniferSprinkle | Jun 27, 2019 |
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In simple text a set of animals, each one linked to the previous one by some trait of shape, color, or pattern, greet and interact with one another.

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This gorgeous follow-up to the Caldecott Honor–winning They All Saw a Cat explores another aspect of seeing the world for young children. Beginning with two cats, one black and one white, a chain of animals appears before the reader, linked together by at least one common trait. From simple colors and shapes to more complex and abstract associations, each unexpected encounter celebrates the magnificent diversity of our world—and ultimately paints a story of connection.
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