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Whose nose is this?

by Joanne Randolph

  • 236 Want to read
  • 28 Currently reading

Published by The Rosen Pub. Group/PowerKids Press in New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Nose -- Juvenile literature

  • Edition Notes

    StatementJoanne Randolph.
    GenreJuvenile literature.
    SeriesAnimal clues
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsQL947 .R35 2009
    The Physical Object
    Pagination24 p. :
    Number of Pages24
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL22539866M
    ISBN 109781404244511
    LC Control Number2007048203
    OCLC/WorldCa182662583

    Read the latest reviews for Whose Nose? Feet? Ears? by Jeanette Rowe and Jeanette Rowe. is the UK's largest children's book review community with o reviews.5/5(1). Whose Nose Do You Suppose? Richard Turner, illus. by Margaret Tolland. Starfish Bay, $ (36p) ISBN Buy this book The perennially popular “guess who?” story device is.

    out of 5 stars Whose Nose? Reviewed in the United States on 21 July Verified Purchase. This is a cute book that has full page flaps. It's halfway between a board book and a paper book, so the pages are good enough where our daughter won't rip of 5/5. Sun and Moon Books via United States: Hardcover, ISBN Publisher: Barrons Juveniles, 1st U.S. Edition. 64 pages. Kids turn the family refrigerator into their very own art gallery with this creative complete-the-picture book that fits into its own magnetic frame. Each page for framing shows a different creature's nose.

    Whose Nose and Toes (Picture Puffin Books) by John Butler and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at - Whose Nose and Toes Picture Puffin Books by Butler, John - AbeBooks. have your nose in a book meaning: 1. to be reading: 2. to be reading. Learn more.


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Wayne Lynch is the author of award-winning books and television documentaries, a popular guest lecturer, and a well-known and widely published professional wildlife photographer. His children's books include Penguins.

and Bears, Bears, Bears, and among his adult books are Owls of the United States and Canada and Penguins of the World/5(2). Elephant seal, red fox, lion, or moose. Which animal has a fuzzy, droopy nose that sniffs twigs and leaves to eat. Look at the pictures and read the clues. Then try to guess the names of seven of the world's most interesting birds, mammals, and reptiles by looking at their noses.

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An alligator can stick its nose out of the water so it can breathe when it's swimming. An anteater uses its nose to pick ants out of an anthill and eat them. Book Resources. Start studying TTC chap 5, 6, and 8. Learn vocabulary, terms, and more with flashcards, games, and other study tools.

Whose Nose is This. A Look at Beaks, Snouts, and Trunks By Peg Hall Examines a variety of animal noses, noting how they look different and function in different ways. Animals shown include an elephant, a woodpecker, a platypus, a camel, an anteater, an elephant seal, and a hippopotamus.

7 Color and Trace words A is anteater trace C is for camel. Whose Nose is This. A Look at Beaks, Snouts, and Trunks By Peg Hall Examines a variety of animal noses, noting how they look different and function in different ways.

Animals shown include an elephant, a woodpecker, a platypus, a camel, an anteater, an elephant seal, and a hippopotamus. 7 Color and Trace words A is anteater trace C is for camel trace H is for hippopotamus trace P is for.

Whose Nose. book. Read 4 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. Babies can spot the differences between animals and people in this pure /5. Get this from a library. Whose nose is this?. [Wayne Lynch] -- "Colour photos and easy quizzes show children which birds and mammals have scales, which have whiskers and whose nose is covered in fur" Cf.

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Whose Nose. by Jeanette Rowe,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide. We are going to read several books. Then I realized that are some other books with the body parts in them.

I decided to make a center of "Whose nose is this?". I did find one about feet online. This center has close ups of a nose and you have to match the animal and the word that goes with it. Kindergarten students really have fun with this one/5(14). Book: All Authors / Contributors: Jeannette Rowe.

Find more information about: ISBN: X OCLC Number: Notes: Lift-the-flap book. Previously published separately under the titles: Whose nose. ; Whose feet. ; Whose ears?, Description: 46 unnumbered pages: illustrations ; 22 x 25 cm: Other Titles: Whose nose.

Whose Nose Jane Farrall. Loading Unsubscribe from Jane Farrall. Where is My Nose. No No Safety Tips & More Nursery Rhymes Songs by Little Angel - Duration: Whose Nose. (16pp.; $; Sept.; ): "Whose nose?" is the question appearing on the lefthand page, while on the right a nose is on display, with its owner hidden by a flap.

Some of the noses, rendered in super-saturated colors, are a snap to identify, e.g., the pig's snout is an early give-away, which will encourage children. The rhino's nose, later on, isn't so easy. Whose Nose Do You Suppose. book. Richly detailed and realistic illustrations of various animals in their natural habitat invite children to guess which animal each nose belongs to, then to learn a variety of facts about each animal.

An enjoyable, educational resource for children, caregivers, and classrooms alike. Whose nose?. [Fiona Munro; Jo Moon] -- Preschool children will love guessing who the different noses belong to in this bright, sturdy lift-the-flap book from Ladybird.

Read the rhyming text together and talk about what you can see in the. I thought the story, "Whose Nose and Toes" was so cute.

I read this to my class as an introduction to an animal unit. The students loved looking at the picture and guessing what animal it would be.

The picture only reveals the animals nose and toes. The book showed several picture of different animals.3/5(2). Whose nose?.

[Jeannette Rowe] -- Half pages turn to reveal whose nose is pictured. Lift-the-flap books Fiction: Material Type: Fiction, Preschool: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Jeannette Rowe. Find more information about: ISBN:   The Board Book of the Whose Nose.

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Author: Fiona Munro. Two gray, furry legs with long, dark claws reach into a stretch of stark white space on the first verso. On the recto is an enormous, realistically portrayed black nose protruding from a white, whiskered, foreshortened snout.out of 5 stars Whose Nose?

Reviewed in the United States on J Verified Purchase. This is a cute book that has full page flaps. It's halfway between a board book and a paper book, so the pages are good enough where our daughter won't rip of 5/5(6).Whose Nose?

| 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.