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De la crème glacée pour les lézards?

Comment les animaux se rafraîchissent

by Etta Kaner, illustrated by Jenna Piechota

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publisher: Scholastic Canada Ltd
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Comment les animaux survivent-ils à la chaleur? Est-ce qu’ils portent des sandales? Est-ce qu’ils sautent dans la piscine?

Ce charmant album documentaire enseigne les différents moyens employés par les animaux pour se rafraîchir. Battre des oreilles, se coller aux arbres et faire des siestes sont quelques-unes des méthodes qui permettent aux animaux de survivre à la chaleur. La seule façon de découvrir si les lézards mangent réellement de la crème glacée est de lire ce livre sans plus tarder!

Les illustrations adorables, les faits amusants, et les idées rigolotes font de ce documentaire un livre indispensable pour des jeunes lecteurs, et un parfait compagnon au livre Du chocolat chaud pour les grenouilles?.

 

How do animals beat the heat? Do they wear flipflops or jump in a pool? This charismatic, informative picture book teaches us all the ways that different animals cool down. Flapping their ears, hugging trees, and taking naps are just some of the ways that animals stay cool. The only way to find out if lizards really do eat ice cream is to start at page one!

Charming illustrations, fun facts, and laugh-out-loud ideas make this book a must-have for any young reader.

Original title: Do Lizards Eat Ice Cream?

 

About the Authors

Etta Kaner

ETTA KANER writes for both children and educators. A number of her books have won awards, namely, the Silver Birch award, the Henry Bergh award, the Animal Behaviour Society award, the Scientific American Young Readers book award and the Science in Society book award. Etta lives in Toronto, Ontario. Visit her website at: www.ettakaner.com

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Jenna Piechota

JENNA PIECHOTA is an illustrator from Thunder Bay, Ontario and this is her debut book. She started a career in science but decided that drawing animals is just as much fun as studying them! She lives in Toronto with her husband and their dog Chester. When it's hot, she loves to go swimming to keep cool.

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