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    9781525308222
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    Distributor: Hachette Book Group USA Availability: Available On Sale Date: Oct 04, 2022 Carton Quantity: 38 $21.99 CAD
    $19.99 USD
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Hiders Seekers Finders Keepers
How Animals Adapt in Winter
By (author): Jessica Kulekjian Illustrated by: Salini Perera
Jessica Kulekjian ,

Illustrated by :

Salini Perera

Imprint:

Kids Can Press

ISBN:

9781525304859

Product Form:

Hardcover

Form detail:

Printed dust jacket
Hardcover , Printed dust jacket
English

Audience:

Juvenile: Age (years) 4 - 8, Grade (US) P - 3, Reading age 4 - 8
Oct 04, 2022
$21.99 CAD
Forthcoming

Dimensions:

9in x 10 x 0.5 in | 0.91 lb

Page Count:

32 pages
Kids Can Press
JUVENILE NONFICTION / Animals / General
  • Short Description
A beautiful exploration of how animals face the challenges of winter. When the autumn days grow shorter and temperatures cool, animals prepare for winter. The hiders find someplace to rest and wait for spring, huddled under the ground or snuggled in a sheltered spot. The seekers migrate to new locations with milder weather and better food sources. And the finders keep warm and fed by adapting to the harsh conditions. Every creature knows just what to do to survive winter --- following an ingenious plan that's just right for them! The perfect book to curl up with on a snowy day. Readers will be transported through the magic of the seasons alongside the animals.
A poetic and informative exploration of the many ways animals face the challenges of winter. When the autumn days grow shorter and the temperatures cool, animals prepare for winter. Some, the hiders, choose a place to rest and wait out the winter, hibernating under the ground or snuggling in a sheltered spot. Other creatures are seekers, migrating to new locations where the weather is milder and the food sources more plentiful. And then there are the finders, who keep warm and fed by adapting to the new conditions. Every animal knows just what to do --- following an ingenious plan that's just right for them! Jessica Kulekjian's lyrical informational picture book uses expressive text supplemented with sidebars to explain how different animals survive winter. While the compelling narrative tells the bigger story, the sidebars provide fascinating information about specific winter animal behaviors --- for example, how box turtles lower their heart rates, and monarch butterflies travel all the way to Mexico! Salini Perera's stunning illustrations show the concepts in detail and provide a visual story, featuring a father and a child, that evocatively traces the subtle changes in the landscape from late fall to early spring. Grouping the animals into three categories makes for easier comprehension of topics such as hibernation, migration and adaptation. Back matter contains a guide to tracking prints in the snow, an author's note and a list of resources. There are strong links here to primary grades' earth and life sciences curriculums. This is also a perfect read-aloud for a snowy day!

Before Jessica Kulekjian was a teacher and writer, she spent her childhood playing among trees and imagining stories. As she grew, her love of learning sprouted alongside a dream to become an author. Hiders Seekers Finders Keepers is her third book for children. Jessica lives in central California with her family.
Salini Perera is a freelance illustrator from Toronto. She was born in Sri Lanka, raised in Scarborough, and has been making art for as long as she can remember. Now, she gets to make art for picture books, a lifelong dream come true. She lives in the city's east end with her husband, Michael, and their two cats, Victoria and Albert.

A solid look at animals in the winter and the ways they weather the weather.—Kirkus Reviews

An excellent book to use in earth and life science units ... it makes concepts of hibernation, migration, and adaptation easier for young readers to understand.—School Library Journal

... a treasure. Its unique presentation will appeal to those who are already nature lovers and may spark that magic moment when a not-yet nature lover looks up with wonder.—CM Magazine (Praise for Before We Stood Tall)

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