Over in the Forest: Come and Take a Peek

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Dawn Publications, 2012 - Juvenile Fiction - 32 pages
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Follow the tracks of ten woodland animals but watch out for the skunk! Here, children learn the ways of forest animals to the rhythm of 'Over in the Meadow' as they leap like a squirrel, dunk like a raccoon, and pounce like a fox. They will also count the babies and search for ten hidden forest animals.

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User Review  - FalenD - LibraryThing

Over in the Forest: Come and Take a Peek is about different woodland creatures and how the live within their family structure. Each page highlights a different number until they end where they reach ... Read full review

Review: Over in the Forest: Come and Take a Peek (Over In ... series)

User Review  - Karen - Goodreads

Just like every other Over In... book by the talented Marianne Berkes, this one is set to the tune of Over in the Meadow. That premise make this an easy book to read to toddlers. Not to give anything ... Read full review

About the author (2012)

Award-winning author Marianne Berkes (pronounced Ber-kess with two syllables) is a retired teacher and librarian who uses her love of nature and teaching to create informational picture books. In addition to The Tree That Bear Climbed, Animalogy, and Anybody Home? for Sylvan Dell, some of Marianne's other recent and award-winning titles include: Going Home, The Mystery of Animal Migration; Over in the Ocean, in a Coral Reef; Over in the Jungle, a Rainforest Rhyme; Going Around the Sun, What's in the Garden?, and Some Planetary Fun. Visit her website at www.MarianneBerkes.com.

Jill Dubin grew up in Yonkers, New York and received her BFA from Pratt Institute. Her delightful illustrations have appeared in numerous children's books. She uses cut paper to create the whimsical illustrations in this book. The collage approach combines her unique sense of color, texture and pattern.

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