Spend a day in the life of an Adélie penguin with this fantastic new series from Sandra Markle, the bestselling author of the What If You Had... series!
What if you could spend a day with your favorite animals? What would you eat? How would you play? Would you ever want to leave?
Dive in and learn all about Adélie penguins in the second book in the Could You Ever... series! From what they eat, to where they live, to how they interact with one another, this innovative book places kids right into the action as they learn all about these amazing creatures.
With imaginative, interactive text from bestselling author Sandra Markle and engaging art from Vanessa Morales, this book is sure to be a kid favorite!
About the Author
Sandra Markle is the author of more than 200 children's books, which have won numerous awards, including Boston Globe-Horn Book Honor Book, IRA/CBC Children's Choice, NSTA/CBC Outstanding Trade Books for Children, NCTE Orbis Pictus Recommended, and ALA Notable Books for Children. She lives in Florida.
Vanessa Morales is an illustrator, character designer, and concept artist with a deep love for nature. She has done design and illustration work for Disney, Macmillan, Scholastic, Little, Brown Books for Young Readers, and more. When she’s not working, she enjoys painting in traditional techniques. She is the illustrator of Could You Ever Dive with Dolphins!?, and more!
Praise for What If You Had Animal Teeth!?:
"Will surely satisfy animal enthusiasts and trivia lovers, and dentists and parents will appreciate the mention of ways to keep human chompers healthy." -- Booklist
"It's a hilarious and instructive combination that makes it clear just how variable and individually suited this aspect of anatomy is, and the art takes the concept and runs -- well, chomps -- with it." -- The Bulletin of the Center for Children's Books
"Delightful illustrations and factual presentations of animals make this a valuable purchase for early elementary classrooms and libraries." -- Library Media Connection
"The lively text, photographs, and quirky illustrations charmingly tell a great tooth story." -- International Reading Association