@READ KINDLE ê I Took a Walk ½ eBook or E-pub free

33 months read this at the library with O I like the idea of this book and it kept our interest for about 1 2 to 3 4 of the book There is maybe just too many things to look for I really should have focused on 3 4 creatures to search for before moving to the next page BUT if your kid is into nature and or Eye Spy type books I would certainly check this one out This is a one on one lap book NOT small group read aloud type book. A seek and find that s a challenge, even for adults @READ KINDLE ¹ I Took a Walk µ Have you ever sat quietly near a stream, or in a meadow or a wood, and just looked and listened Well, now is your chance come walk with Henry Cole in this delightful follow up to Jack s Garden Vibrant, die cut flaps fold out, inviting young viewers to observe the many forms of wildlife and plants found on land and in the water Turn the pages for an interactive and fun exploration into nature You ll be surprised by how much you see This book took us on my rabbit trails Loved it I highly recommend this educational book. This is a colorful picture book of a spring and science theme A young boy is taking a walk on a beautiful spring day and as he happens upon each new habitat he wonders who is spying on him However, on every other page is a foldout with a list of animals, plants, insects, items, etc to look for Many of the items may sound a little obscure or complex and may be unkown to even an adult, but it may present a good opportunity to expand vocabulary There is also a key on the back page with answers This is a colorful picture book of a spring and science theme A young boy is taking a walk on a beautiful spring day and as he happens upon each new habitat he wonders who is spying on him However, on every other page is a foldout with a list of animals, plants, insects, items, etc to look for Many of the items may sound a little obscure or complex and may be unkown to even an adult, but it may present a good opportunity to expand vocabulary There is also a key on the back page with answers This book is probably best for a child or two to share and enjoy with extensive adult participation However, it could work out nicely to scan the pages into digital formats that could be opened using a SmartBoard or an Overhead Projector for a small class of students This book is appropriate for students in grades K 2 I Took a Walk by Henry Cole invites kids to come along and join on an adventure through the forest In the novel, the reader goes on a journey through thick bushes to discover plants and animals that inhabit certain areas The readers experience places like a forest brush, thin fields, and serene ponds and lakes The author also invites children into I spy games to find unique animals in certain places of the forest In the end, the readers are inspired not only to go outside and explore, but t I Took a Walk by Henry Cole invites kids to come along and join on an adventure through the forest In the novel, the reader goes on a journey through thick bushes to discover plants and animals that inhabit certain areas The readers experience places like a forest brush, thin fields, and serene ponds and lakes The author also invites children into I spy games to find unique animals in certain places of the forest In the end, the readers are inspired not only to go outside and explore, but to also identify certain animals in different areas of the world When Henry Cole first invites us on this forest adventure, we see everything through the author s eyes Just flipping through the book, I noticed that the author only used one to two sentences to describe an area and the illustrations fit the rest of the page space The overall mood of the book is peaceful and the tone is very cheery and adventurous On the first page, the illustration is captured into a photograph surrounded by blank space The photograph is a picture of an open door that leads to an outdoor forest The illustrator draws this picture through the author s eyes to engage the readers throughout the book On every other page of the book, the author uses repetition of, I walked out of the blank and into the blank I wonder who s watching me This repetition creates curiosity and keeps the readers interested and focused on a certain task Cole uses simple and descriptive language to describe his surroundings like cool shade and soft ferns The author makes the book very hands on by putting flaps inside the book When you open a few of the pages, it will show a view of a forest brush By pulling the bush flaps back, the readers experience a feeling like pulling back bushes to discover what s beyond the flap When readers open the flap, the page inside is full of plants and animals that the reader must identify using an I spy list above I love how the illustrator hides a huge variety of animals in appropriate areas where that animal might live From mallards to butterflies, the readers get a great sense of discovery as well as learning new animal species The best part of the book was at the end of the novel, when he author encourages his readers to go out and discover new things, but to be careful of what awaits outside This is a great book for children of all ages to learn and to be involved in something so engaging even for an adult This is a colorful picture book of a spring and science theme A young boy is taking a walk on a beautiful spring day and as he happens upon each new habitat he wonders who is spying on him However, on every other page is a foldout with a list of animals, plants, insects, items, etc to look for Many of the items may sound a little obscure or complex and may be unkown to even an adult, but it may present a good opportunity to expand vocabulary There is also a key on the back page with answers This is a colorful picture book of a spring and science theme A young boy is taking a walk on a beautiful spring day and as he happens upon each new habitat he wonders who is spying on him However, on every other page is a foldout with a list of animals, plants, insects, items, etc to look for Many of the items may sound a little obscure or complex and may be unkown to even an adult, but it may present a good opportunity to expand vocabulary There is also a key on the back page with answers This book is probably best for a child or two to share and enjoy with extensive adult participation However, it could work out nicely to scan the pages into digital formats that could be opened using a SmartBoard or an Overhead Projector for a small class of students This book is appropriate for students in grades K 2 I Took a Walk features vibrant die cut flaps which invite young viewers to observe the many forms of wildlife and plants found on land and in the water Children can turn the pages for an interactive and fun exploration into nature Full color A very informational book but not a good read aloud book I think that this book needs to have the right audience If there is a student who is interested in this bugged out book I like that the pages open up That is a easy way to get a child to I Took a Walk features vibrant die cut flaps which invite young viewers to observe the many forms of wildlife and plants found on land and in the water Children can turn the pages for an interactive and fun exploration into nature Full color A very informational book but not a good read aloud book I think that this book needs to have the right audience If there is a student who is interested in this bugged out book I like that the pages open up That is a easy way to get a child to interact in a story I liked the illustrations, however not the text This book is about a boy who decides he is going to take a walk During his walk, he discovers many animals, insects, and plants This book is an interactive book where you can move the pages and search for the animals, insects, plants he points out At the end of book it includes an answer sheet to tell you were all the animals, insects and plants are in the book The themes in this story are about curiosity and discovery.I enjoyed this book because it is interactive and I remember reading it a This book is about a boy who decides he is going to take a walk During his walk, he discovers many animals, insects, and plants This book is an interactive book where you can move the pages and search for the animals, insects, plants he points out At the end of book it includes an answer sheet to tell you were all the animals, insects and plants are in the book The themes in this story are about curiosity and discovery.I enjoyed this book because it is interactive and I remember reading it as a child Plus, the drawings in this book are very detailed which made it easier when trying to identify objects in the book This can help kids build their vocabulary while having fun Also, this book may encourage some students to go explore areas around their home and try to find some of these animal, incest, and plants I think this book would be a great book to take a child to these sorts of places in nature and just observe and listen.