Out of Sight by Francesco Pittau & Bernadette Gervais
Out of Sight is literally a big book standing over 15 inches tall and 11 inches wide. This lift-the-flap book is filled with animal trivia from cover to cover. Before lifting each flap, you can try to identify the featured creature by the skin pattern, partial silhouette, paw prints, tails, legs, or other body parts printed. Once the flap is lifted, you will uncover the identity of the animal and a specific fact about that animal. Did you know that goats can climb trees? Do you know what a camel stores in its hump? Did you say water? Think again! How can you tell the difference between a cheetah and a jaguar? Do you know what armadillo means? Find out the answers to these questions and learn more animal trivia by reading Out of Sight by Francesco Pittau and Bernadette Gervais. You’ll amaze your friends with your new found knowledge. You’ll find the book in the oversized junior nonfiction section.
Recommended for grades K-2
Sharon (Haggard Library)