2 edition of animals who went looking for summer found in the catalog.
animals who went looking for summer
Written in English
Originally published as Les animaux qui cherchaient l"eṫe.̇ Flammarion,1960.
|Statement||English text by Antonia Ridge, pictures by Gerda.|
|Series||Pe`re Castor books;no.14|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||21|
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Shelves: ar_none, d_ab-class-library, animal, deer, box-turtle, goose, ladybug, cicada, aphid, yellow-warbler A lovely book full of photos of animals, especially young ones, that might be seen in summer, depending on the area in which you live.
flag Like see review Katie rated it it was amazing/5. A busy, wild world of sights, sounds, and activities unfolds through lively photographs of animals in summer. Children discover secrets of the animals they see every day and find out why summer is the time for newborns to learn about their world.
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