Rain Rain Rainforest
Splitter, splat, splash! While they sleep, the forest fills with the sounds of the night creatures. Sloop! A silky anteater slurps up thousands of ants. Flap flap! A bat bites a fig. Hssss. A snake thrusts its tongue to taste the air. The air carries the taste of mouse. Everywhere night creatures with huge bright eyes slither and slurp through the darkness.
Come explore the rain forest!
A downpour wakes the creatures of the rain forest. Howler monkeys roar and drink the water that drips from nearby leaves. Birds with rainbow beaks fly in search of shelter. A poison dart frog finds a tiny pool where her tadpoles can grow. In a place that gets twenty feet of rain a year, it is a way of life.
Vibrant, colorful collages and an inviting text take young readers on an exhilarating tour of the tropical rain forest.
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LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - mdhoward - LibraryThing
This book is about the plethora of living things that are found in the Rain Forest and how the find water, food, and take of themselves. Each page has a lot of text on it, which needed to be ... Read full review
LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - breksarah - LibraryThing
This book details the life of the rain forest, from the animals to the habitat to the weather. I would use this book for 1-3 graders when learning about animals, different habitats, and weather. Read full review