A touch and feel book introducing words which name textures associated with various animals such as scratchy cat, velvety cow, and rubbery fish.
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Allows children to feel the feathery, rough, and sometimes slippery baby kisses, from elephant calf kisses to alligator hatchling kisses.
Introduces the ways in which animals express affection.
Live animal pictures of hugs and kisses with adorable rhymes. Great for bedtime! Fun for all ages!
Various animals show their love in colorful illustrations by Cee Biscoe and cute, rhyming text by Sarah Bradshaw in Animal Kisses.
From bestselling author Kate McMullan, a sweet rhyming bedtime story celebrating mothers’ love It's bedtime in the jungle, but baby panda, elephant, orangutan, and leopard are nowhere to be found. Their mamas set out to look for their wayward little ones, calling them to bed with a soft lullaby. But look! The baby animals are crawling, creeping, hiding, and giggling, playfully staying just one step ahead of their loving mamas. Kate McMullan's lilting rhymes pair perfectly with Tao Nyeu's rich illustrations, creating a dreamy picture book that is a perfect new baby or mother’s day gift.
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Children can guess the different objects making a particular type of noise as they try to discover what a kiss sounds like.
In the Eye of the Animal: Zoological Imagination in Ancient Christianity complicates the role of animals in early Christian thought by showing how ancient texts and images celebrated a continuum of human and animal life.