Cover image for Whose ears? / Sue Tarsky.
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Whose ears? / Sue Tarsky.
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ISBN:
9780807590409
Publication Information:
Chicago, Illinois : Albert Whitman & Company, 2019.

©2019
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1 volume (unpaged) : color illustrations ; 24 cm
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Summary

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Babies can spot the differences between animals and people in this pure fun book with a built-in guessing game and underlying educational aspect. Straightforward words and appealing, large illustrations bring smiles and chortles, a perfect opportunity for parents to cuddle up with little ones.


Author Notes

Born in New York City, Sue Tarsky lived and worked as a children's book publisher for many years in London. She is the author of several books for children including The Busy Building Book and Kiss the Boo Boo .


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Publisher's Weekly Review

Stubby triangular tufts, diminutive crescents, pendulous lops, rigid and stripy, soft and silky-a delightful variety of animal ears take center stage in this guessing game book for the preschool set. Each page depicts a close-up crop of a pair of ears described in simple terms, usually juxtaposed with ears of an opposite nature on the companion page: "stand-up ears," "floppy ears"; "VERY big ears," "VERY little ears." Tarsky's creamily colorful illustrations offer extra tells for each animal-green bamboo for a panda, a red leash for a dog-nudging readers toward correct identifications, and the endpapers name all of the animals mentioned in the book along with the words used to describe their ears. It's a simple but well-executed take on a popular theme for young children. Also available: Whose Feet?, Whose Nose?, and Whose Tail? Ages 3-5. (May) © Copyright PWxyz, LLC. All rights reserved.