I can see a long neck! I wonder who that belongs to? 'It's mine!' says the giraffe. Turn the pages to find out who else is hiding in the jungle, and see if you can spot all the animals. But watch out - there's a really big surprise at the end! This hide-and-seek story from the creator of Dear Zoo is sure to delight young children - with plenty ...Read MoreI can see a long neck! I wonder who that belongs to? 'It's mine!' says the giraffe. Turn the pages to find out who else is hiding in the jungle, and see if you can spot all the animals. But watch out - there's a really big surprise at the end! This hide-and-seek story from the creator of Dear Zoo is sure to delight young children - with plenty of jungle animals to find, and a satisfying pop-up ending.Read Less
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Publishers Weekly, 1988-03-11 This time the creator of Dear Zoo employs a strategy not unfamiliar to readers: a glimpse of an animalleg, neck, trunkshows up on one page and then in its entirety on the next. He also incorporates a minor biology lesson when the animal identifies itself: ``I can see a curly tail! I wonder who that belongs to? `It's mine!' says the monkey; `I hang from branches with it.' '' One spread toward the end shows a pop-up of a lion roaring. Fans of Campbell's other books will find similar simple shapes and saucy colors, and his characteristic knack for building in child appeal. Ages 2-5. (March) (c) Copyright PWxyz, LLC. All rights reserved
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