by Ellie Sandall
Margaret K. McElderry Books, New York, 2016. First published in Great Britain in 2015. 32 pages.
I’m going to use this book in Toddler Storytime this week. It’s got lilting, simple language with not a lot of text on each page.
The pictures show lots of lemurs, exploring with their striped tails high in the air.
It’s time to wake up!
Come down from the tree.
follow me! . . .
Things to hunt,
things to chase,
things to scare,
things to race.
When their explorations bring them face-to-face with a crocodile, all the lemurs quickly follow the leader the other direction, back to the tree.
This is a fun story with lots to look at. It ends with a cozy pile of sleeping lemurs.
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