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Simple words and paintings create a jewel-like package in a stylish yet unpretentious concept book that invites the new reader in again and again. Lush, textured paint, combined with strategically placed die cuts, introduces the age-old chicken-and-egg riddle for the youngest reader.
Nine questions and answers introduce the world's smallest bat in “Hello, Bumblebee Bat,” an informational book for emerging readers. Straightforward text pops out of a sparse background allowing this little mammal to describe its habitat and characteristics in an intriguing and accessible way.
Even the squeamish will be awed by Bishop's oversized, dramatic and vibrant up-close color photographs of more than a dozen types of spiders in “Nic Bishop Spider.” His compelling, conversational and knowledgeable text provides basic information and startling facts which all ages will relish.
- Nonfiction, Science, Animals
- Robert F. Sibert Informational Book Medal 2008 (Honor Title)
- ISBN: 9780439877565
In “Vulture View,” rhyming lyrical text, juxtaposed with dramatic textured collage come together in an innovative combination of science and poetry for new readers. Spare text placed on vivid backgrounds introduces new readers to a day in the life of turkey vultures.