Who's Like Me?
Nicola Davies & Marc Boutavant
Candlewick, 2012 (2012)
Reviewed by Bob Walch
his interactive book invites children three years of age and older to flip-a-flap and discover the answer to a number of questions about some favorite animals.
ccompanying the picture of a cute little bunny are the questions '
Who's like me? Who's furry and breathes air like me? Is it ...
' Flip the flaps on the opposite page and you'll discover a chameleon, pigeon, goldfish and fox.
o get the correct answer, turn to the next page and you'll discover what common traits the fox shares with the rabbit. A fox is furry, breathes air, gives birth to its young and feeds it with '
' milk. '
We are both mammals, even though a fox would eat me if he could,
' says the bunny!
n the rest of the book the goldfish, chameleon, pigeon and a frog are the '
Who's like me?
' featured critters. By the time you have reached the final page of this informative picture book your child will have learned a little about fish, reptiles, birds, and amphibians. Also, check out the inside cover of the back of the book for a fun quiz where your toddler can match up similar species such as fish and birds.
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