Hibernation Station

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Simon & Schuster Books for Young Readers, Aug 24, 2010 - Juvenile Fiction - 40 pages
27 Reviews
Everybody at the station! Itís time for winter hibernation! The sweet rhyming text of this book will calm even the most rambunctious kids and have them dreaming about what itís like to hibernate. Young readers will be soothed and delighted as this story introduces them to different types of hibernating animals. The creatures on the train are preparing to snuggle into sleep, although with a passenger list that includes chipmunks, bears, snakes, hedgehogs, groundhogs, frogs, turtles, mice, bats, and more, thereís a lot of noise! Will the hibernating critters ever get to sleep? Take a trip to Hibernation Station to find out!

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It is so cool with all the awesome illustrations. - Goodreads
Love some of the animals in the pictures. - Goodreads
I love the illustrations of all the animals and nature. - Goodreads

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User Review  - Maggie Burgess - Goodreads

I received this book for free in a Goodreads giveaway. Now that that's out of the way... I know some people think this book would confuse kids about what hibernation really is like for animals, but I ... Read full review

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User Review  - Kathy Leonard - Goodreads

Meadows, Michelle. Hibernation Station (2010). The animals are preparing for hibernation, little pajamas and all. Meadows introduces a scientific concept Ė hibernation in a silly and fun manner ... Read full review

About the author (2010)

Michelle Meadows is the author of Itsy Bitsy Baby Mouse, Traffic Pups, Pilot Pups, Piggies in the Kitchen, Piggies in Pajamas, Hibernation Station, and The Way the Storm Stops. She lives in Silver Springs, Maryland.

Kurt Cyrus has illustrated numerous picture books, including Buddy: The Story of Buddy Holly by Anne Bustard; Mammoths on the Move by Lisa Wheeler; and his own Turtle Rex and Hotel Deep: Light Verse from Dark Water. He lives in Cottage Grove, Oregon.

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