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by Steve Jenkins

Download What do you do when something wants to eat you? eBook
ISBN:
059098473X
Author:
Steve Jenkins
Language:
English
Publisher:
Scholastic Inc (1999)
EPUB book:
1444 kb
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1399 kb
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1376 kb
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Rating:
4.4
Votes:
306


What would you do if something wanted to eat you? Walk on water? Stick out your tongue? Play dead? . Steve Jenkins just has a way of making nonfiction more interesting than other authors, and this book is no different than his others

What would you do if something wanted to eat you? Walk on water? Stick out your tongue? Play dead? Animals in the wild use all kinds of methods to protect themselves from their enemies. Using dynamic and intricate cut-paper collages, Steve Jenkins explores the many fascinating and unique defense mechanisms creatures use to escape from danger. Steve Jenkins just has a way of making nonfiction more interesting than other authors, and this book is no different than his others. This book takes different animals and shows the different ways they protect themselves: from squirting ink to camouflage.

What would you do if something wanted to eat you? Walk on water? Stick out your tongue? Play dead? Animals in the wild use all kinds of methods to protect themselves from their enemies. Using dynamic and intricate cut-paper collages.

What would you do if something wanted to eat you? .

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What would you do if something wanted to eat you? Walk on water? Stick out your tongue? Play dead? .

One final question, & would you do if something wanted to eat you?'' takes readers into their own cat-and-mouse scenarios. A dashing look at natural escape routes. Picture book/nonfiction. The art of camouflage works on several levels here: Jenkins (Big and Little, 1996, et. cleverly conceals a factual compendium of 14 animal and insect defenses as a colorful picture book. Rate it . You Rated it .

What would you do if something wanted to eat you? Walk on water? Stick out your tongue? Play dead? Animals in the wild use all kinds of methods to protect themselves from their enemies. Using dynamic and intricate cut-paper collages, Steve Jenkins explores the many fascinating and unique defense mechanisms creatures use to escape from danger.
  • Laitchai
These books are incredible! The art is amazing, first of all, but the content is so interesting and fun! We were gifted "Never Smile At A Monkey", also by Jenkins, a while ago. The title made me think of "When You Give A Mouse A Cookie"...which it is definitely NOT, but we soon ordered more of the books! My son can't get enough of this one. He loves learning about dangerous animals and their defenses. One of our favorites, for sure!!!
  • Walianirv
One of our favorite stories. Personally I am not a fan of the pictures, they are kind of odd collage type pictures but my five year old doesn't seem to mind. Its a great story and he picks it over and over for bedtime.
  • elektron
Fun book
  • Umge
My 5yr old daughter loves Steve Jenkin books. We have about 6 and have gotten every one the local library has. I love how often in his book he has several levels for learning. I think of these as science books for kids- that kids will love!
  • Ochach
My 9-year-old daughter loves it. According to me this is too easy for her, but she was very excited to learn many new things and she insisted on reading them to me. If your kid loves animals, they will definitely love this book.
  • Blackseeker
This is a wonderful way to introduce your child to non-fiction text. My little boy loves this book and has requested more from Steve Jenkins.
  • Ausstan
Not good, but not great. It uses a lot of animals that children wouldn't recognize.
My five year old loved it, particularly the lizard that could run on water. He is now using my treadmill to see how fast he can run, wanting to be able to run fast enough that he also can run on water!