Tuesday, May 11, 2010

Willis, J. (2008). Daft bat. New York: Sterling Publishing Co., Inc.

When bat moves into the neighborhood, the neighbors bring bat a welcoming gift: a new umbrella! When bat says that he needs it to keep his feet dry, the young animals begin to wonder about how intelligent bat is. Daft bat! When they go to owl with their concerns, owl recommends that they try to look at the world from bat’s perspective. This is a short, cute story, that has a great moral. Could be used in the classroom setting to teach students the vocabulary words for baby animals (ex: giraffe calf, lion cub, etc.)

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