[ EPUB ] ✼ Whose Habitat Is That? Hidden Animals: A pop-up book of mobiles Author Lucile Picketty – Natus-physiotherapy.co.uk

Whose Habitat Is That? Hidden Animals: A pop-up book of mobiles A Beautiful Pop Up Book As You Ve Never Seen BeforeSwing Through The Lush Jungle Canopy, Crunch Across The Glittering Ice Floes,prowl Through The Savanna Grasslands In Each Habitat, A Wild Creature HidesCan You Guess Who They Are From The Clues They Give About Themselves Lift The Spectacular Spiral Pop Up To Reveal The Answer And Meet Each Magnificent Animal In Its HomeChildren Learn What The Animal Eats, Where It Lives, What It Looks Like And What Animal Family It Belongs To, As Well As Some Quirky And Funny Facts About It The Reader Then Reveals By Pulling Up A Tab On The Opposite Page, A Creature Suspended On A Sturdy But Invisible Plastic Cord The Creature Appears In A Whirlwind Of Spiralling Paper At Home In Its Natural Environment At The Animals Feet Is It S Name And So The Pop Up Reveals The Answer In A Uniquely Beautiful And Satisfying Way


10 thoughts on “Whose Habitat Is That? Hidden Animals: A pop-up book of mobiles

  1. says:

    Whose Habitat is That by Lucile Picketty is a fun, engaging children s book This books is really cool, let me be honest with ya There is a fair bit of reading, so it s not your itsy, bitsy children s picture book It gives you a fair amount of paragraphs and information to try to guess which animal the habitat belongs to I really liked the format of it, to be honest It s a fun,engaging way to introduce habitats and the green environment to kids.Overall, great job I highly recommend usi Whose Habitat is That by Lucile Picketty is a fun, engaging children s book This books is really cool, let me be honest with ya There is a fair bit of reading, so it s not your itsy, bitsy children s picture book It gives you a fair amount of paragraphs and information to try to guess which animal the habitat belongs to I really liked the format of it, to be honest It s a fun,engaging way to introduce habitats and the green environment to kids.Overall, great job I highly recommend using this as a learning tool Three out of five stars.Thank you to NetGalley and Quarto Publishing Group for providing me a free copy of this book in exchange of an honest review


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  3. says:

    This fun, fact filled book for children teaches them about unique animals from different continents Some are endangered and some are well known I received a digital copy but I m sure the pop up board version will be great Thanks to the publisher and NetGalley for my copy.


  4. says:

    Note I received a digital review copy of this book from the publisher through NetGalley.


  5. says:

    I love the concept of this books, and I think animal loving kids will, too I suspect that I didn t get the full effect of the pop ups from reading a digital ARC, so I can only comment on the art and text, not the tactile feel of the book The art is colorful with touches of whimsy, and I suspect it will be evenlovely in book form The text is lighthearted and full of interesting animal facts that beckon for the reader to turn the page I enjoyed the author s use of first person from each I love the concept of this books, and I think animal loving kids will, too I suspect that I didn t get the full effect of the pop ups from reading a digital ARC, so I can only comment on the art and text, not the tactile feel of the book The art is colorful with touches of whimsy, and I suspect it will be evenlovely in book form The text is lighthearted and full of interesting animal facts that beckon for the reader to turn the page I enjoyed the author s use of first person from each animal s POV but I thought there was a missed opportunity to create adistinctive voice for each animal Each animal speaks in the straight forward voice of the narrator in a nature documentary, but I think there could have beenvariety and playfulness in the voice I received a digital ARC in exchange for an honest review


  6. says:

    I love this and know the children I will too I know it will inspire great writing from them too Well set out and beautiful illustrations.


  7. says:

    Well this was a hard one to judge in an electronic preview file, especially when the thing claims to have a new kind of pop up construction to wow the purchaser I still don t think it s going to be the most wonderful purchase children with the patience for the entirety of the text will not need the gimmick of the paper engineering involved, and people who do need the latter will struggle with the script Also counting against things is that we only get five subjects, which doesn t exactly hel Well this was a hard one to judge in an electronic preview file, especially when the thing claims to have a new kind of pop up construction to wow the purchaser I still don t think it s going to be the most wonderful purchase children with the patience for the entirety of the text will not need the gimmick of the paper engineering involved, and people who do need the latter will struggle with the script Also counting against things is that we only get five subjects, which doesn t exactly help us understand the world s nature.Still, for what we do get in our lessons, we have a different diorama each time jungle, ice floe, er, jungle again , and a chunk of text giving us all copious clues to the nature of the creature semi hidden within And I do mean a chunk of text it s a page full of words that might as well be plain white But with each one we get a weird spiral effect I think you pull up on the centre of the page, which raises a cage like paper construction, and I guess from the description you have a tab elsewhere that forces the creature in the cage to stand up, and reveal the answer to all the written clues Bearing in mind that all that might be wrong, I still think it will have some appeal especially coming from what to me is a very trustworthy publisher , but I still think the masses of text do not equate with the novelty of the visual and pop up side of things The artwork isfor mood and look than realism, too Two and a half stars


  8. says:

    Gorgeous illustrations can t wait to see the finished pop up paired with facts and clues about each animal Lovely Great addition for habitat and animal units and would be a lovely gift for animal lovers in general WhoseHabitatisThat NetGalley


  9. says:

    Thank you, Edelweiss, for the ARC in exchange for an honest review.For the most part, the illustrations are gorgeously intricate A couple of the reveals, however, are a bit hard to decipher toucan and hippo Contains the perfect amount of text enough info for readers to be able to predict the animal while also learning something new about them.


  10. says:

    Whose Habitat is That is the perfect book for teaching students about making inferences The story is filled with clues about animals and the students have to guess what animal the clues are referring to I absolutely love this book and will be making it a part of my classroom library for teaching about inferencing.


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