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Snail, where are you?.

Tomi Ungerer

Snail, where are you?.

by Tomi Ungerer

  • 148 Want to read
  • 7 Currently reading

Published by Harper & Brothers in New York .
Written in English


ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL21793122M

  The basic information on the life of snails may intrigue children and prompt them to look in their yards for snails and insects. This book, part of the Backyard Books series, invites listeners to imagine themselves as snails, leaving a slimy trail, eating leaves, and avoiding thrushes and foxes. Watercolor illustrations on a white background show snail features clearly and depict an intriguing 4/5. Summary. Are You a Snail? by Judy Allen This charming nonfiction book covers all things snails—what they eat, where they live and why they are slimy—all while simultaneously teaching students multiple comprehension strategies, from making connections to determining importance.

This science unit study and lapbook provides lots of snail learning including lessons about snail classification, snail anatomy, snail habitat, respiration, digestion, reproduction, snail defense, snail predators, and more! The lapbook adds a hands-on component to this unit study, but you can add another dimension by getting outside for a.   The pages are cut diagonally, allowing you to turn the top or bottom of each to view them in several combinations. In each combination, all the lines connect, but each is a unique, cheerful pattern.

The snail Lymnaea makes decisions by using only two types of neurons: one deciding whether the snail is hungry, and the other deciding whether there is food in the vicinity.. The largest known land gastropod is the African giant snail Achatina achatina, the largest recorded specimen of which measured centimetres ( in) from snout to tail when fully extended, with a shell length of Class: Gastropoda. The STory of a Snail Whenever this happened, the snail that wanted to talk to another one would crawl slowly, first left and then right, forwards and then backwards, repeating all the time: “I’m sorry, it’s not you I want to tell something to.” On and on until they finally reached the snail they did want to talk to,File Size: 2MB.


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Snail, where are you? by Tomi Ungerer Download PDF EPUB FB2

The nearly wordless picture book invites readers to search for snails hidden within each illustration. These are not outright depictions of snails, Snail rather spiral shapes, like those of a snail shell, seamlessly blended into Ungerer's creative—albeit eccentric—drawings/5(6).

Snail, where are you. At a party. At sea. In the mountains. Young sleuths will have hours of fun finding Tomi Ungerer's snail in his many disguises. This beautiful, classic concept book, first published inhas been re-imagined in an all-new lift-the-flap format with added text to /5.

Snail, where are you. At a party. At sea. In the mountains. Young sleuths will have hours of fun finding Tomi Ungerer’s snail in his many disguises. This beautiful, classic concept book, first published inhas been re—imagined with added text to enhance the playful, gorgeously restored and revitalized illustrations.5/5(1).

His lengthening rack of children's books have become genre classics."—Man of the World "This exquisite new edition of a small Tomi Ungerer treasure from the early s is a visual finding game delivered with a blast of psychedelic color and Ungerer’s inimitable style."—The New York Times Book Review.

Snail, where are you. At a party. At sea. In the mountains. Young sleuths will have hours of fun finding Tomi Ungerer's snail in his many disguises. This beautiful, classic concept book, first published inhas been re-imagined with added text to enhance the playful, gorgeously restored and revitalized illustrations.

show more/5(). The wonderfully imaginative pictures say it all. And once I realised that the only three words you really need are “Snail, where are you?”, I started to enjoy it too. As a book geared around a question, it is great for vocabulary building (colours, shapes and objects such as Author: Anna Tyzack.

Snail, Where Are You. Author: Tomi Ungerer Packed full of subtle humour, each page of this witty and sophisticated picture book is a visual feast, providing a. We also answer, well, of course, You are in a Snail Suit, and how is Your Snail Day going for You, and we delight in reflecting back on all our good reads like this book, which educated us to know better these loving little giant beings with whom we share our lives and spaces/5(36).

Snail, Where Are You. was reprinted by Phaidon in with restored color of exuberant vibrancy, made possible by the leaps of technology since the book’s original publication — a tangible reminder of how intricately entwined all aspects of cultural.

Wordless Books Snail, Where Are You. () Tomi Ungerer. The distinctive spiral curve of a snail’s shell is hidden in each of these pictures.

It’s the reader’s job to spot it, and to find the real snail. Snail, where are you. At a party. At sea. In the mountains. Young sleuths will have hours of fun finding Tomi Ungerer’s snail in his many disguises. This beautiful, classic concept book, first published inhas been re‐imagined with added text to enhance the playful, gorgeously restored and Brand: Tomi Ungerer.

Summary: Look for the curly shapes on each page. (Suitable for ages 3+). Ungerer's nearly wordless title gets a thorough makeover, with anonymously written answers to the repeatedly posed title question, bright new colors and most significantly, a new format that features folded-over pages with small die-cut holes.

Each hole reveals a bit of snail-shell-like curl that turns out to be something else&#;a wave, a tail, a horn (musical or otherwise), a ringlet Author: Tomi Ungerer. You Should Read Snail, Where Are You. because: It’s fun. It is giggle-inducing pure fun.

Seriously, we can’t just let snails go wandering through books and not find them. It’s by Tomi Ungerer and he’s positively brilliant.

Snail, Where Are You?, Hardcover by Ungerer, Tomi, ISBNISBNBrand New, Free shipping in the US Readers can answer the question "Snail, where are you?" by searchign for the snail hidden in such places as a pig's tail, a jester's hat, and an elephant's trunk.

Snail, where are you?. [Tomi Ungerer] -- A book that is almost entirely pictures. The text consists of just eleven words. The shape of a snail, introduced on the first page, is repeated in all the other pictures.

Snail, where are you?. [Tomi Ungerer] -- A snail hides in all kinds of places and the reader is asked to find him. Toy and movable books -- Specimens.

Snails -- Fiction. Hide-and-seek -- Fiction. Toy and movable books. Hide-and-seek. Snails. Confirm this request. You may have already requested this item. Please select Ok if you would like. A classic book inviting children to go on a treasure hunt through playful illustrations.

Snail, where are you. At a party. At sea. In the mountains. Young sleuths will have hours of fun finding Tomi Ungerer's snail in his many disguises. This beautiful, classic concept book, first published inhas been re-imagined with added text to enhance /5().

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by Ungerer, Tomi, Publication date A snail hides in all kinds of places and the reader is asked to find him Notes. no page number in the book. Internet Archive Books. Scanned in China. Uploaded by Lotu Tii Pages: An intriguing visual game for children to find the simple shape of a snail in Tomi Ungerer's charming and retro illustrations Read less About the author: Tomi Ungerer.

This book explains to the reader how a snail lives, eats, and grows in a series of lively facts addressed to the reader as if the reader were a snail. The illustrations share the examples and life in the book and illustrate Are you a Snail?

by Judy Allen and Tudor Humphries is a nonfiction book about the life cycle and living of snails.4/5.