Nature can be a great teacher!
You may not see them. You may not hear them. But wild animals are always busy! Engaging rhymes describe the action through the cycle of every day and night, as well as through each month of the year. Take a peek at what animals are doing by day, by night, and through the season.
Animals are so busy! In daytime eagles dive for fish, lizards gobble insects, and tortoises dine on cactus flowers. When night falls, bats catch moths, crickets sing, and cougars prowl. An “Explore More” section provides teachers and parents with lots of ideas to expand on the seasonal and nocturnal themes.
While you are sleeping, and when you arise,
Animals everywhere lead busy lives
Winter or summer, and all the year through
Let’s take a look at what some of them do.
Educators: Download free activities based on this book.
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About the Author: Andrea Gabriel is an author & illustrator, largely focused on natural history subjects for the very young. She is currently working on her first adult novel and chomping at the bit to start a YA novel as well. She lives in Bellingham, Washington with her family of two and four-legged creatures. If you’d like to keep up-to-date with new books from Andrea, along with fun studio updates and activities for children you can follow her on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/AndreaGabrieldotcom/ or on Instagram at https://www.instagram.com/andreagabrielart/.
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