Look What I Can Do! by Nancy Viau

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Things get easier every day. Just watch what I can do today! This affirming story celebrates how baby animals in the forest accomplish goals, whether it's a baby bear finding food, a young spider spinning a web, or a small bird flying from the nest for the first time. The tender, rhyming text compares these achievements to those of a child who is learning to ride his bike or catch a ball. The perfect story to encourage young readers to try new things or keep the faith when faced with challenges, Look What I Can Do! honors the important milestones that children achieve each day.

About Nancy Viau

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Nancy Viau is the author of the middle-grade novel Samantha Hansen Has Rocks in Her Head. She lives in Mullica Hill, New Jersey. Anna Vojtech is the illustrator of The First Strawberries, by Joseph Bruchac, and many other books for children. She lives in Cape Ann, Massachusetts.
Published April 15, 2013 by Abrams Books for Young Readers. 32 pages
Genres: Nature & Wildlife, Children's Books, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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Baby animals strive to "stand up strong," leap high and "spin a trap." But learning is full of challenges, distractions and fun. In this message-driven tale, children see how various creatures struggle to develop and gain confidence.

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PreS-K—High in an oak tree, an owl and her two owlets survey the creatures below in the sun-drenched meadow. A fawn struggles to stand, little snakes slither, and young squirrels hide their acorns in the ground. On each full-color spread, a rhymed couplet describes the action as the parent looks ...

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