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Innovative book of poetry packed with rhythm, humor, descriptive passages of nature as well as beautifully detailed illustrations to appeal to both children and adults about the relationships between animal characters who through their experiences develop an understanding of each other. Hop with a bunny following a skunk. Dance with a white buffalo enticed by a fawn. Slither with a snail who is jealous of a sloth. Encourage a playful salamander overcome by a snake. Scare yourself with a beautiful spider oblivious to a fox. Play with a bear who outsmarts a squirrel. Sing with a mockingbird loud…mehr

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Innovative book of poetry packed with rhythm, humor, descriptive passages of nature as well as beautifully detailed illustrations to appeal to both children and adults about the relationships between animal characters who through their experiences develop an understanding of each other. Hop with a bunny following a skunk. Dance with a white buffalo enticed by a fawn. Slither with a snail who is jealous of a sloth. Encourage a playful salamander overcome by a snake. Scare yourself with a beautiful spider oblivious to a fox. Play with a bear who outsmarts a squirrel. Sing with a mockingbird loud as a crow and disturbed by a cormorant. Be mindful of a fisher cat and a raccoon looking for food. Watch a manatee and a sea monkey blissful in the ocean waves. Unleash a spaniel seeking a mole. Become one with nature on a long steady path by a meandering landscape watching the sun rise and set.
Autorenporträt
Penelope Evans is a graduate of the University of Massachusetts in Amherst with an undergrad degree in English literature currently living in Easthampton, Massachusetts. Penelope's interests are hiking, walking her dog: Pumblechook, traveling, and word play. Gertrude Stein, Shel Silverstein, and Dr Seuss are some of her favorite authors who have influenced her writing. She is an avid lover of nature who grew up going to bird counts and mushroom hunting with her aunt, once a member of the Audubon Society in Virginia. Penelope can still be found taking pictures of various mushrooms and watching the birds on her hikes.