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Who Was Here?: Discovering Wild Animal Tracks

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Book Who Was Here?: Discovering Wild Animal Tracks

Who Was Here?: Discovering Wild Animal Tracks

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Original name book: Who Was Here?: Discovering Wild Animal Tracks

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Language: English

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Customer Reviews
  • By Guest on March 28, 2018

    My son was sad when the book was over... he wanted more clues and more animals to figure out! He was having such a great time guessing and learning!

  • By Live Outside on October 2, 2014

    4.5 starsThere are so many possibilities with this book. This is definitely a book that can be reread over and over again but it could also be a fun book in which you ask your animal loving children facts about the animals they read about and see if they can recall which animal fits the definition. I love these types of books as the possibilities are endless if your child likes the subject matter. This book covers wild animals and it begins by showing an animal’s foot track in the snow, mud or sand. With this footprint, there is a four stance poem that helps the child figure out the animal. Sometimes there are two animals’ footprints but then you are also given two different poems so no confusion on your part and the poems are pretty easy to figure out except for a few that I was debating and that just might be because I am not up-to-date on my animals and their prints. I liked the big, watercolor illustrations of the animals and the footprints of the animals were large enough too. After the animals were revealed, the author gives a short paragraph of interesting information about the animals including weight, height, food it might eat or where it might live or other facts your children might find fascinating. Close to the end of the book, there is one page on how to be an animal track detective. This page lists things to look for when outside looking for animal prints such as spacing of the tracks, distinct markings, size, depth and a whole lot of other ideas for your child to start creating their own book of the world around them.I received a complimentary e-book from NetGalley and Lerner Publishing Group in exchange for my honest review. Thank you.

  • By WeeBeaks on October 13, 2015

    For those kids who loved the little board books of who owns that tail or ears or eyes with a picture and then you guess and turn the page, there is this offering of a book for the older set. On each page is a picture of a footprint left in sand, mud, snow, etc., and clues about the animal. Then, you turn the page, and you are given a paragraph of factual information regarding the animal such as weight, habitat, body characteristics and so forth. Some pages have two sets of animal tracks typically seen together, such as a wolf and moose, with clues for both and then info for both on the next pages. This was just the first amount of text for my K-age and 3rd grade children, and they really enjoyed this book a lot. I loved the illustrations myself too. It was a great evening read for us and would be excellent for a classroom or homeschool study of animal footprints or animal habitats.

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