In this lighthearted opposites book, the toucan wants to let the anteater know which one of them is up and which is down. The flamingo thinks that she's nice . . . and that the gorilla is grouchy. And the giraffe is peering over the fence to let the penguins know he's tall and they're short.
Be sure to check out the award-winning app of the book, developed by CJ Educations.
"CJ Education's adaptation of Harriet Ziefert's text and Ethan Long's illustration is a cheerful playful lesson about opposites. Colorful zoo animals display fourteen pairs of opposites (clean/dirty, big small, fast/slow) as preschoolers swipe and tap their way from screen to screen. Opposite pairings are fun, and have personality traits that word lovers of all ages will appreciate.
Options offered are auto play and read to me. Bonuses include a song and a game that tasks children to match the opposite pairs."
Harriet Ziefert is the author of over 200 books for young readers. The mother of two and grandmother of five, she lives in South Orange, New Jersey.
Ethan Long grew up in Pennsylvania and attended the Ringling School of Art and Design. His work has been included in Society of Illustrators shows in both Los Angeles and New York. Ethan lives in Orlando, Florida, with his wife, three children, dog, cat, and hermit crab, none of whom laugh at his jokes.
Unjacketed padded hardcover. Ages 4-8.
USA 12.99 | Canada 14.99