In the Blink of an Eye by Dieter Wiesmuller

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People share the Earth with creatures large and small. You may not always see them, but they are watching you. Through the densest forests, behind the reeds, across the fields and savannahs, animals keep us in their sights, always ready to dart away from danger. If you have the patience to observe your surroundings, you may catch a glimpse of the different living things sharing your world. Dieter Wiesmüller celebrates the liveliness of nature through his stunning illustrations and lyrical text, which show young readers that animals in the wild are just as curious as they are. Children will love to explore their once-familiar surroundings and figure out what they're seeing-and what's observing them.

About Dieter Wiesmuller

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Dieter Wiesmüller is a fine artist and book illustrator. He lives in Hamburg, Germany.
Published March 1, 2003 by Walker Childrens. 32 pages
Genres: Nature & Wildlife, Children's Books.

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But in the most compelling paintings, Wiesmüller captures the moment when the human gaze locks with the animal's—a girl stands stock-still in a field having spotted a rabbit, two children huddle in a soaring cathedral at the sight of a mouse.

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