Wings by Salina Yoon
A Book to Touch and Feel

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What kind of wings do ladybugs have?

Shiny red wings!

From ladybug wings to duckling wings, children will be delighted by the bright, bold art and the eye-catching touch-and-feel elements as they answer the questions on each spread. Readers will be drawn in by the chunky board pull-tab ladybug wings on the cover and stay captivated by the colors and textures of the beautiful animals.

Featuring sparkling silver bumble bee wings, glistening green hummingbird wings, shiny red ladybug wings, fuzzy yellow duckling wings, and shimmery pink butterfly wings, Wings will keep readers fluttering and flapping through each page.


About Salina Yoon

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Salina Yoon is the award-winning creator of over a hundred and fifty innovative novelty books for young children, specializing in formats that are unique and interactive. Publishers Weekly has described Salina Yoon's books as clever, fresh, funny, and smart. Ms. Yoon has published with Scholastic Inc., Simon & Schuster, Penguin Young Readers Group, Random House, and Running Press.
Published January 26, 2010 by Little Simon. 14 pages
Genres: Education & Reference, Nature & Wildlife, Children's Books.

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Following a question-and-answer format, the text informs readers that bumblebees have “[s]parkly silver wings!”, ducklings have “[f]uzzy orange wings!”, ladybugs have “[s]hiny red wings!”, hummingbirds have “[g]listening green wings!” and butterflies have “[s]himmery pink wings!” While the pictur...

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A ladybug’s wings open and close via a button on the cover of this simple, tactile board book, which uses a call-and-response pattern (“What kind of wings do ducklings have?

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