Monday, April 18, 2011

Time for a Bath, Time to Eat

It's Nonfiction Monday again!  (where does the week go?) 

Just a short post today because I'm on vacation. 
 I'll try to post a photo or two later in the week and perhaps you can guess where I am. 
Here's a hint: It's a great town for baseball and ducklings.  Feel free to make a guess in the comments. 

Here are two great new offerings from the talented duo of Steve Jenkins and Robin Page.

Time to Eat and Time for a Bath. 2011. Boston: Houghton Mifflin.

Illustrated in typical Steve Jenkins style, these small (81/4" square), attractive books feature the ways in which various animals eat and bathe.  The facts presented are particularly interesting, especially for young children,
Got milk?  Like all mammals, the baby blue whale drinks milk. A lot of milk - the equivalent of 800 glasses every day.  On this rich diet, a young whale can gain 200 pounds 991 kilograms) every twenty-four hours.
Don't want to take a bath?  How about a shower?
Rainy day bath The hummingbird takes its bath on a rainy day, perching on a branch and spreading its wings in a downpour.
The final pages include lengthy paragraphs of general information on each featured animal.


There is a  third book in this series, Time to Sleep, but my branch did not have a copy. I'm sure it's great as well.

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2 comments:

  1. I love all of Steve Jenkins's books! Looking forward to checking out this trio.

    Hmmm...baseball and ducklings, I'd have to guess Boston.

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  2. your blog is amazing. new follower!

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