Move!

Move!

Steve Jenkins, Robin Page

Language: English

Pages: 3

ISBN: 061864637X

Format: PDF / Kindle (mobi) / ePub


Animals move! Follow them as they swing, dance, float, leap, and slide from page to page, then learn why these animals move the way they do, from the jumping spider who dances to impress and then floats away on a thread of silk, to the roadrunner who flies, but not too far, and would rather run to catch its prey.

Illustrated in eye-popping cut- and torn-paper collages by Caldecott Honor artist Steve Jenkins, Move! is a playful introduction to motion in the animal kingdom that invites young readers to guess some of the unusual ways that animals get around.

Action is the name of the game, so Move!

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Move! Steve Jenkins and Robin Page * * * Animals move in different ways. swing A gibbon swings through jungle trees . . . . . . or walks on two back legs. walk A lily trotter walks on floating lily pads . . . . . . then dives in to catch a fish. dive A blue whale dives deep, deep, deep . . . swim . . . and swims below the ocean waves. An armadillo swims across a stream . . . . . . and, when startled, leaps straight up. leap A crocodile leaps to snag its.

Dance . . . then floats away on a thread of silk. float A polar bear floats in dark, icy water . . . . . . and slides down a snow-covered hill. A penguin slides—splash!—into the sea . . . slide . . . and waddles with its colony. waddle Animals move in different ways . . . waddle slide float dance run fly climb slither leap swim dive walk swing . . . how about you? Move! For Lily Text copyright © 2009 by Steve Jenkins and Robin Page Illustrations copyright © 2009.

Dance . . . then floats away on a thread of silk. float A polar bear floats in dark, icy water . . . . . . and slides down a snow-covered hill. A penguin slides—splash!—into the sea . . . slide . . . and waddles with its colony. waddle Animals move in different ways . . . waddle slide float dance run fly climb slither leap swim dive walk swing . . . how about you? Move! For Lily Text copyright © 2009 by Steve Jenkins and Robin Page Illustrations copyright © 2009.

Dance . . . then floats away on a thread of silk. float A polar bear floats in dark, icy water . . . . . . and slides down a snow-covered hill. A penguin slides—splash!—into the sea . . . slide . . . and waddles with its colony. waddle Animals move in different ways . . . waddle slide float dance run fly climb slither leap swim dive walk swing . . . how about you? Move! For Lily Text copyright © 2009 by Steve Jenkins and Robin Page Illustrations copyright © 2009.

By Steve Jenkins All rights reserved. For information about permission to reproduce selections from this book, write to Permissions, Houghton Mifflin Harcourt Publishing Company, 215 Park Avenue South, New York, New York 10003. www.hmhbooks.com The text of this book is set in Century Schoolbook. The illustrations are collages of cut and torn paper. Library of Congress Cataloging- in-Publication Data is on file. ISBN: 978-0-547-24000-8 Printed in China LEO 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1.

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