Otters Love to Play



Ka Splash Head To The River, Where A Frolicsome Bunch Of Otters Plays All Year Round In A Nonfiction Story Sprinkled With Facts And Loaded With Fun.It S Spring, And A Litter Of Baby River Otters Emerges From A Den To Play Follow The Otters Through The Seasons As They Chase One Another, Slide Down A Mudbank, Jump In A Pile Of Leaves, And Learn To Swim Even While Catching Fish For Their Dinner Or Grooming Themselves In The Snow, Otters Love To Play And Jonathan London S Lively Text And Meilo So S Fluid Watercolors Invite You To Share In The Joy.Otters Love to Play

Is a well-known author, some of his books are a fascination for readers like in the Otters Love to Play book, this is one of the most wanted Jonathan London author readers around the world.

[[ KINDLE ]] ❆ Otters Love to Play  Author Jonathan London – E17streets4all.co.uk
  • Hardcover
  • 32 pages
  • Otters Love to Play
  • Jonathan London
  • English
  • 18 June 2017
  • 076366913X

10 thoughts on “Otters Love to Play

  1. says:

    Lively non fiction book about these playful animals that reads like a story, perfect for a prek 3rd grade read aloud Otters Love to Play is loaded with facts that are carefully written in a way that young listeners or readers can easily grasp Follow along as the baby otters open their eyes for the first time in spring, learn to swim in summer, jump in leaves in the fall, and enjoy some belly slides in the winter snow Illustrator Meilo So s colorful i...

  2. says:

    Gorgeous, color drenched watercolor illustrations follow a family of otters through the first year of their lives The babies emerge from their den in the spring, and their play never stops throughout the seasons, even while their mother carefully provides food and instructions for them They learn how to swim, how to hunt, and how to keep themselves safe, and when they chance upon a predator ready for some tender morsels, the otters mother shows them just how fierce a mother can be The illust Gorgeous, color drenched watercolor illustrations follow a family of otters through ...

  3. says:

    Unfortunately this is cataloged as non fiction, and parents and teachers who don t know the wonders of non fiction picture books will miss this For those who do find it, they will get another treat from London, who whether he is writing about the immortal Froggy, or nature books like this, always succeeds in showing how it s done The art by Meilo So is a perfect match to the text, with otters that are realistic but have a twinkle that makes them extra lovable Author and ill...

  4. says:

    Interesting facts and lovely illustrations make this children s nonfiction book about otters a pleasure to read Like I Don t Like Snakes by Nicola Davies, there is a dual narrative going on the story of the otters a...

  5. says:

    Wonderful non fiction picture book Amazing, playful illustrations by Meilo So.

  6. says:

    I loved the illustrations and the different fonts they used They had an index in the back as well as a nice list of otter facts A wonderful little nice picture book.

  7. says:

    Playful non fiction with exceptionally lovely illustrations.

  8. says:

    For this book, I would use it in conjunction with a science lesson over animal habitats This book discusses where otters live, what they do, and how they interact with on another The twin text I would pair with it is the book I Am Otter by Sam Garton, published April 29th, 2014 This is the first in a fiction picture book series about an otter that was left on the doorstep of an otter keeper when she was a baby and depicts her adventures in the human world The way I Am Otter would compliment For this book, I would use it in conjunction with a science lesson over animal habitats This book discusses where otters live, what they do, and how they interact with on another The twin text I would pair w...

  9. says:

    Otters Love to Play is a non fiction story that gives facts about the life of an otter from birth through the first year This book is great because it is written in kid friendly language and tells a story while giving facts and information about the topic It uses two different fonts to show the difference between the story and the facts even though the story does tell factual information The illustrations are informative, but also enjoyable and make the book seemfun andlike a st Otters Love to Pla...

  10. says:

    Genre Picture book non fiction Copyright 2016Age level of interest 5 8 yrs oldReading level K 3 grade and upBrief Description This non fiction picture book teaches the reader about otters and how they love to play Starts in the spring and takes you through four seasons with a playful story and fun facts.Two Characteristics Setting We see a family of otters living and playing through the seasons Each season is beautifully depicted through water colors and is essential to the telling of bo Genre Picture book non fiction Copyright 2016Age level of interest 5 8 yrs oldReading level K 3 grade and upBrief Description This non fiction picture book teaches the reader about otters and how they love to play Starts in the spring and takes you through four seasons with a playful story and fun facts.Two Characteristics Setting We see a family of otters living and playing through the seasons Each season is beautifully depicted through water colors and is essential to the telling of both the story as well as the facts about otters.Style The style of the story is playful like the otters The facts are written in a different space so that they can be read separately allowing the story to f...

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