Item description for Who Hops? by Katie Davis, Arturo Carlo Quintavalle, Charles Flowers, Thomas Appel, Alan Titchmarsh, Nancy Kress & Cory Doctorow...
Overview Lists creatures that hop, fly, slither, swim, and crawl, as well as some others that don't.
Publishers Description From the cow that doesn't hop to the giraffe that doesn't crawl, animals on brightly colored page after page offer up giggles galore and a delightfully silly look at the way some creatures do--and "don't"--get around. When the time comes to guess who hops and flies and slithers and swims and crawls, observant young readers just might know the answer
Citations And Professional Reviews Who Hops? by Katie Davis, Arturo Carlo Quintavalle, Charles Flowers, Thomas Appel, Alan Titchmarsh, Nancy Kress & Cory Doctorow has been reviewed by professional book reviewers and journalists at the following establishments -
Publishers Weekly - 10/29/2001
PW Notes and Reprints - 10/29/2001 page 67
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Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 10.02" Width: 8.04" Height: 0.14" Weight: 0.65 lbs.
Release Date Jun 23, 2010
Publisher Voyager Books
ISBN 015216412X ISBN13 9780152164126
Availability 7 units. Availability accurate as of Mar 23, 2017 12:26.
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More About Katie Davis, Arturo Carlo Quintavalle, Charles Flowers, Thomas Appel, Alan Titchmarsh, Nancy Kress & Cory Doctorow
Loreen Leedy is the author/illustrator of many children's books, including It's Probably Penny and Mapping Penny's World. Born in Wilmington, Delaware, she majored in art in college but wasn't sure what kind of artist she wanted to be. She started out making jewelry in the shape of pigs, cats, dragons, and other animals, and then one day she started making book characters out of her animals. She is skilled at making concepts fun and accessible to children, and often speaks at conferences and in schools throughout the United States. She lives with her husband in central Florida.
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Reviews - What do customers think about Who Hops??
Neat Mar 5, 2004
This is a neat book about animals and how they move. The book is amusing and imaginative, and informative on a level that the 2-4 year old crowd can handle. The book is not at all scary, and quite popular with animal lovers. It has about 60 words.
Fun Book! Feb 2, 2003
I originally bought this for a friend's child. When I had my son this year I had to buy it for him. My husband and I love this book and will walk around the house saying, "Who Hops?..... no they don't!!" This is such a cute book with fun illustrations and a nice rhythm to the story.
Excellent Book. A MUST HAVE for kids. Sep 20, 2001
This is a MUST HAVE book for any toddler.
The colors are bright and the illustrations are funny. This alone keeps my son's attention. The repitions make it easy for my son to remember and help me "read" the book.
Sometimes we play this as a game at the park. My son will start 'hopping' like a bunny and I'll tell him to hop like a kangaroo, horse and fish. He'll stop and say "nooooo, fish hop". I think it's fun and so does he.
A Family Favorite Jun 21, 2001
I loved using "Who Hops" in my first grade classroom where the children delighted at the silly pictures and the simple text was perfect for their emerging reading skills. Now that I am a mother of a one year old I have fallen in love with this book all over again. My little guy thrills at the bold bright illustrations and the text is fast paced enough to hold his attention through several readings. This book is an all time favorite of mine and a must for any little person's library!
Great Book ! May 20, 2000
I got this book for my 2 year old daughter and she LOVES it! She really enjoys "reading" it herself. The illustrations are simple and very bright and colorful. The repetitive nature of it, makes it easier for her to "read" and remember. GREAT JOB - Katie Davis !