[Book Review] Animal Teachers by Janet Halfmann


This eARC was downloaded for free from Edelweiss in exchange for an honest review.

Animal Teachers is a nonfiction picture book meant to offers small children a glimpse into the other lives of the animal kingdom. Specifically, it very briefly discusses the skills that various species must teach their young in order to survives, driving these points home with quick and simple comparisons to skills human parents typically teach their own children--from learning to swim (baby sea otters) to communicating vocally (dolphins) to catching fish (bears).

It's a quite simple book but very cute in both premise and illustration. I think it's ideal for a toddler-aged reader who has an interest in animals, though an older reader likely isn't going to learn anything they don't already know.

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