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Whose Eyes Are These? A Look at Animal Eyes - Big, Round, and Narrow (Whose Is It?) by Peg Hall

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Published by Picture Window Books .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Juvenile Nonfiction,
  • Children"s Books/Ages 9-12 Nonfiction,
  • Children: Grades 3-4,
  • General,
  • Animals - General

Book details:

Edition Notes

ContributionsKen Landmark (Illustrator)
The Physical Object
FormatPaperback
Number of Pages24
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL8403299M
ISBN 101404802142
ISBN 109781404802148

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Whose Eyes Are These? Hardcover – May 1, by Elizabeth Burman Patterson (Author), Elizabeth Burman (Illustrator)5/5(3). Whose eyes are these? Each spread in this magnificently illustrated book starts with a pair of mysterious eyes and a fun response to the question, and then children are off to discover just who is hidingin its natural setting/5. "Whose Eyes are These?" is a colorful lift-the-flap book by Claire Belmont, where all the 'puzzles' are about eyes. [ Each 'animal puzzle' begins with a page that has a statement about how that particular animal uses it's eyes.4/5(1). Whose Eyes Are These?: A Look at Animal Eyes - Big, Round, and Narrow (Whose Is It?) Library Binding – September 1, /5(1).

  Who has eyes on the top of its head? Who has eight eyes, instead of just two? Whose grey eyes turn white as it gets older? In Whose Eyes Are These?, children are invited to identify everything from squirrels to vultures from up-close pictures of just their eyes. Is it a burrowing owl? A Author: Wayne Lynch.   Examines a variety of animal eyes, noting how they look different and function in different ways. Animals shown include a zebra, a tiger, a housefly, a crocodile, a ghost crab, a snake, and an eagle/5. "Whose Eyes are These?" is an 8-page informational book for first grade readers. This book uses the repetitive question and answer format. Present tense verbs Price: $ Whose shows the ownership or possession of something by someone and should be followed by a noun "Paul, whose eyes are red, hasn’t slept much all holiday." Now try and complete the sentences below using whose or who's.3/5.

Whose Eyes Are These? is described by the publishers as ‘an utterly unique and sumptuous introduction to animals around the world’. Originally published as Mais a qui sont ces jeux? (both the illustrator and the writer are from Paris), this is a quality product and measures a lap sized by millimetres with 64 full colour pages. With beautiful full color illustrations, highlighted with bright neon orange, this gloriously designed book is eye-catching and engaging for readers of all ages. About the author Virginie Golbert-Martin and Madeline Peirsman are a French writer and illustrator team based in Paris. Whose eyes are these?. [Virginie Gobert-Martin; Madeline Peirsman] -- Invites readers to identify animals by their eyes and follow them into their natural habitats. Your Web browser is not enabled for JavaScript.   “Whose Eyes Are These?” poses this very question across a stark white spread, with just one curious pair of over-sized eyes staring back at the reader. At the turn of the page the animal is identified with a brief, descriptive prose and those quizzical eyes magically transferred to .