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Sophie Mouse discovers a giant paw print in Pine Needle Grove–and follows it right into a bear’s den–in the ninth charming book of The Adventures of Sophie Mouse series! While Sophie and her friends are exploring Sassafras Alley, they come across a huge paw print. They have seen paw prints before, but they’ve never seen one this big! What sort of animal could have made such a giant paw print? As the friends go on an adventure to find out, they are in for a great, big surprise! With easy-to-read language and illustrations on almost every page, the Adventures of Sophie Mouse chapter books are perfect for beginning readers.
A little girl investigates tracks in the snow, trying to determine what could have made them.
A nonfiction guessing game that explores the connections between an animal, its tracks, and its habitat. Written by a mammalogist at the Smithsonian, this clever preschool page-turner pairs seven tracks with information about the animals’ locomotion, asking kids to guess which animal left which tracks behind. Whose Footprint Is That? reveals the animals–ranging from flamingos to kangaroos–in their own habitats.
This is a reprint of the children s classic about a family backpack trip in Yosemite.”
Every child feels different in some way, but Thuy feels “double different.” She is Vietnamese American and she has two moms. Thuy walks home one winter afternoon, angry and lonely after a bully’s taunts. Then a bird catches her attention and sets Thuy on an imaginary exploration. What if she could fly away like a bird? What if she could sprint like a deer, or roar like a bear? Mimicking the footprints of each creature in the snow, she makes her way home to the arms of her moms. Together, the three of them imagine beautiful and powerful creatures who always have courage - just like Thuy.
Follow Those Feet! - Level 1: Starting to Read - Simple stories - Increased vocabulary - Longer sentences Dora and Boots found some footprints in the sandbox. Whose feet do they belong to? Follow them to find out!
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