Where Did They Go? by Big Picture Press

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Seek-and-find fans will enjoy the challenge, but both the point and much of the informational detail are lost amid the artsy touches.
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Deep in the forests that stretch to the sky,
a mother and baby are hiding nearby.
Are they high in the mist or somewhere down low?
Where did the mountain gorillas go?


Where has the polar bear gone? What about the lemur? Can you find them? In this stunning search-and-find book from illustrator Emily Bornoff, readers try to spot the animals in various environments, from jungles to deserts to the Arctic. Emily Bornoff's lovely patterns and the playful hide-and-seek elements make this a charming, interactive title with a fascinating nonfiction element—all the hidden animals are endangered. Learn where in the world they come from and what is being done to save them.
 

About Big Picture Press

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Emily Bornoff is a picture-book designer, writer, and illustrator who works in traditional print-making techniques, including lithography, screen-printing, intaglio, and relief. A recent graduate of the Cambridge School of Art’s Children’s Book Illustration program, she is now focused on creating new children’s books and prints.
 
Published October 1, 2015 by Big Picture Press. 32 pages
Genres: Nature & Wildlife, Children's Books.
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Below average
on Apr 13 2016

Seek-and-find fans will enjoy the challenge, but both the point and much of the informational detail are lost amid the artsy touches.

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