by Phyllis Root
Soft and bright pastel pictures illustrate this board book that shows various baby animals learning from their mothers their respective mode of locomotion. The little bird practices flying, the baby fish to swim, the snake wiggles, otter slides, duck paddles and so on. At the end of each spread the baby animal says \”Look, I see a-\” leading onto the next page of mother-baby pairs. Finally the little mouse sees a child, who isn\’t running or jumping but just getting a kiss from mom. Then the child ties it all together by observing all the baby animals around him. Nice book.
Rating: 3/5 …….. 32 pages, 2009