Hello, Hello! by Miriam Schlein

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When two lions meet, how do they say hello? Lions greet each other by rubbing their foreheads together. Wolves wave their tails and lick each other's faces. With this fun and informative look at animal behavior, you can find out how various animals say hello to each other. Then...smile at, wave to, bow for, and hug your friends and family. Hello, hello

About Miriam Schlein

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Miriam Schlein is the author of an impressive list of natural science books such as Billions of Bats; Project Panda Watch; and Giraffe, the Silent Giant; as well as many distinguished young picture books, including More Than One, The Way Mothers Are, and Just Like Me. Eight of her books have been honored as Outstanding Science Trade Books for Children by NSTA/CBC, seven have been Junior Library Guild Selections, and one was named a Caldecott Honor Book. She is the mother of two grown children and lives in New York City.
Published May 6, 2002 by Simon & Schuster Childrens Books. 82 pages
Genres: Education & Reference, Nature & Wildlife, Children's Books.

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Whether it is by bumping foreheads, twining trunks, rubbing noses, or simply waving, everyone and everything says hello in different ways.

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In a break from Kirk's otherwise natural depictions, the animals smile in many of the paintings and, on the closing spread, they assemble in a circle;

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