Squirrels in Antarctica

Squirrels in Antarctica
By Sari Karplus
Genre:-Children's Fiction
Ages:-3-7 years
Publisher:-Sari Karplus
Blurb:-This fantastical book of animals in unusual places will tickle your brain, leading readers of all ages imagining their own silly combos. You'll see a skiing seal in Switzerland, a pufferfish piloting an airplane, a sloth who runs a marathon (but isn't ever done), and so much more! With  fun illustrations and an educational twist, this book encourages readers to embrace their limitless imagination, explore the world, and experience animals big and small in their not-so-natural habitats. Perfect for bedtime reading or as a classroom favorite, Squirrels in Antarctica sparks boundless imagination. So, come along on this epic journey and "Let your thoughts fly limitless like snails on shooting stars." Is it a book? Is it a word game? Can it be both?!
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My Review:-I read this book with my grandchildren and what fun we had. The animals and  the illustrations were really great and colourful. We had so much guesting where the next animal was going and doing. We loved 'a skunk inside an elevator trying not to stink,' two ladybugs in Cabo who are working on their tans.' There is so much to talk about in one book. We loved the end when we had to think of ones, and here goes... 'Dogs driving diggers in the dinning room,' 'Snakes singing in Spain,' 'Bears boxing in bedrooms.' I would recommend this book to everyone, none stop laughing.

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