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Hide and snake

by Baker, Keith, 1953-

Format: Print Book 1999
Availability: Available at 1 Library 1 of 1 copy
Available (1)
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Whitehall Public Library Toddler Books TOD Baker
Location  Whitehall Public Library
 
Collection  Toddler Books
 
Call Number  TOD Baker
 
 
Summary
In this amusing picture book, a colorful snake challenges children to find him as he slithers through pages of familiar objects. "Baker's elaborate acrylic designs, variety of lush hues, and sly wit provide a feast for the eyes while maintaining the cohesive personality of the book from page to page."-- Publishers Weekly
Published Reviews
Booklist Review: "Ages 3-5. A friendly snake winds its way through everyday objects and invites readers or observers to discover its hiding place on each double-spread illustration. A minimum of text allows the child to focus on that favorite activity of finding a hidden object within a drawing. The brightly patterned snake worms its way through objects that are presented in both ordinary and unusual ways. The dust-jacket patterns are continued on the endpapers. A fun book to share. (Reviewed Nov. 15, 1991)0152339868Karen Hutt"
From Booklist, Copyright (c) American Library Association. Used with permission.
Publisher's Weekly Review: "A vibrantly striped snake plays hide-and-seek in an array of imaginative locations. He starts off (``Ready or not--here I go!'') easily concealing himself among mittens and balls of yarn, then around elaborate hats, a pile of lavishly wrapped presents and napping cats. The spare but engaging verse relates this crafty creature's continueing journey: ``I'm frosting the cakes, / ticking with clocks, / melting in ice cream, / and sliding through socks.'' The socks present perhaps the greatest test to the reader, but generally the same thing gives the elusive reptile away throughout: one round eyeball and a smug smile. In the end, he tricks even the most astute snake-finder with his garden hose ploy. Though simple in concept, this book provides a diverting, entertaining challenge that youngsters will relish. Baker's ( The Magic Fan ) elaborate acrylic designs, variety of lush hues and sly wit provide a feast for the eyes while maintaining the cohesive personality of the book from page to page. Ages 4-8. (Sept.) (c) Copyright PWxyz, LLC. All rights reserved"
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Additional Information
Subjects Snakes -- Fiction.
Picture puzzles.
Stories in rhyme.
Publisher San Diego, CA :Harcourt Brace,1999
Edition 1st Red Wagon Books ed.
Language English
Notes On board pages.
Cover title.
"Red Wagon books"--P. [4] of cover.
Description 1 volume (unpaged) : color illustrations ; 14 x 17 cm
ISBN 0152022295
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