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unapuu-saladused

Kes elab õunapuu ümber? Raamat tutvustab läbi kaunite illustratsioonide lastele looduse põnevaid saladusi. Uuri koos lapsega lähemalt puud, ja teie ees avaneb väike maailm täis suuri üllatusi! Valgusta taskulambiga raamatu parempoolseid lehekülgi tagantpoolt või hoia valguse ees, et näha, kes peidavad end puu sees ja ümber, alates juurte vahel vingerdavatest ussikestest kuKes elab õunapuu ümber? Raamat tutvustab läbi kaunite illustratsioonide lastele looduse põnevaid saladusi. Uuri koos lapsega lähemalt puud, ja teie ees avaneb väike maailm täis suuri üllatusi! Valgusta taskulambiga raamatu parempoolseid lehekülgi tagantpoolt või hoia valguse ees, et näha, kes peidavad end puu sees ja ümber, alates juurte vahel vingerdavatest ussikestest kuni kõrgel puuvõras pesitsevate lindudeni....

Title : Õunapuu saladused
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ISBN : 9789949955886
Format Type : Hardcover
Number of Pages : 36 Pages
Status : Available For Download
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Õunapuu saladused Reviews

  • paula
    2019-07-14 01:58

    “When you find a tree, look all around it and see who you can find. Remember to look up as well as down.” Look up - there’s a bird carrying a worm in her beak. Where is she taking that worm? Look down - seedlings are leafing out around the base of the tree. Hold each page up to the light to see more - the nest behind the leaves, the roots of the seedlings. Sunlit, earthy illustrations on the right-hand pages are backed with high-contrast black and white pictures on the reverse, making for an ingenious low-tech x-ray effect. Readers will delight in discovering the hidden life within this apple tree. A squirrel sleeps in a knothole, a lizard rests beneath a stone. Especially notable is the breadth of life represented - in addition to mammals, birds and reptiles, invertebrates, plants and fungi are examined in this standout nature book for the inquisitive preschool audience. —Paula Willey for Booklist Online

  • Logan Schroeder
    2019-07-01 07:42

    In this book, the narrator suggest that a flashlight should be shown through the back of each page to reveal hidden animals. It is an exciting way to get the reader engaged with the book. This book teaches children about how animals interact with the environment. It is appropriate for ages 4-7; however, due to several factual inaccuracies, it should not be used in an educational setting to teach biology. It is a shame that it is not scientifically accurate, as I initial found the light trick to be really fun. Inaccuracies: Wasps nest and wasps referred to as honeybees. Moths do not fold their wings to hide from bright colors.

  • Melissa
    2019-07-16 00:56

    This shine-a-light book was really cool, but it took both Daniel and I to be able to handle it, the flashlight, and the toddler. This was a library copy, and clearly other people had found it hard to manage without enough hands - almost every page was ripped just about in half. Since the lights were dimmed, I thought this would be a perfect bedtime story, but I also underestimated how difficult it would be to convince Little Pickle to then give up the flashlight. I really love this shine-a-light concept, but found it way too difficult to manage for an almost 2 year old!

  • Lynda
    2019-07-09 07:39

    We are a big fan of the shine-a-light series by Usborne/ Kane Miller. The books are large but not too large for a lap, textured paper that feels good in between your fingers and a fine binding. Secrets of the Apple Tree does not disappoint. Journey close to an Apple tree, discovering the animals and plants that live near and in the tree. Included is an introduction to seeds, roots and the growth of Apple trees. While you don’t need a flashlight to enjoy this book, it does add a little fun to reading the book.

  • Nicola
    2019-06-18 04:02

    A fun book from the Shine-a-light series. Miss 2 and I read it together using the lamp. She loves seeing the hidden pictures come up and then flicking over to see the Black & White versions. Nice that it's gently educational too.

  • Saba NTaylor
    2019-06-22 05:45

    Fun concept but a little hard to do with one hand to hold the book and the other to flash the light!

  • Kirsten
    2019-06-22 02:35

    might be useful for a STEM storytime for young readers or pre-readers. However, it would be hard to show a large group the diagrams that appear when light is added behind the page

  • Kristen Lauderdale
    2019-07-14 02:44

    I love this series: well-written and informational, very eye-catching illustrations and very interactive. A creative marvel in nonfiction.

  • Becky B
    2019-06-25 06:49

    Explore what is going on in under and around an apple tree. When you hold pages on the right side up so a light shines through them, you get to see more of what is going on thanks to the black and white illustrations cleverly matched on the reverse side.A great book for curious youngsters. This book helps them explore the natural world around them and what may be going on in secret. The text is fairly simple, but still has enough content to teach some basic science facts. I've never seen one of these Shine-a-Light books before. It is quite clever. My only concern is that youngsters trying to hold the pages up to get light to shine through may have trouble juggling the big book and pages are likely to tear.

  • Linda Abhors the New GR Design
    2019-06-18 03:47

    For children, love this little book. When I travel, I try to find things for my great nieces and nephews that we don't have here, or that I haven't seen here. On one side of the page is a colored drawing; if you hold that page up to the light or put a flashlight behind it, it will show you which animal or thing lives/grows in that part of the tree. And there's a question for them to help them narrow down their guesses. Once you turn the page, the left side has a black and white drawing of that creature (ergo, it "shines through" the page), and the right side has the next question. Fun and educational, too.

  • Bianca Bennett
    2019-06-29 04:56

    This book is great for children who have a hard time keeping their attention on books, younger children, or to introduce the life of plants. With every page there is an interactive page that you shine a flashlight through to show a hidden secret of the apple tree. This book talks about many different aspects of an apple tree.

  • Amanda Harris
    2019-07-02 06:51

    this is a gem of a book! tells kids all about the life going on inside and outside of a tree. the coolest thing though, is that on the right-hand page you can hold a flashlight on the opposite side and you can see what is hiding on the other side! it also works if you hold it up to the light. definitely recommend for one-on-one reading and for kids who love learning about nature.

  • Ryan
    2019-07-15 06:57

    Another big hit with the 3 year old. The book has hidden pictures that appear when you shine a flashlight behind the pages. So you can see animals, bugs and other surprising things that live and grow in, around, and under the apple tree. We have an apple tree in the backyard and are planning to go investigate it more closely when he wakes up from nap.

  • Brittany
    2019-06-28 23:49

    This is the cutest idea for a book that I've seen in a long time. Making the book interactive either by holding it up to a light or holding a flashlight to the back of the page is so neat. I will be buying this one for my sister and for myself.

  • Mary
    2019-06-19 23:58

    This is an incredibly engaging book for children about the hidden world of the apple tree. There is a lot of information about animals and plants that is fun to learn, and the presentation of the book is excellent. So much to see and do throughout the reading of this book! Great for all ages.

  • Alice
    2019-07-06 05:44

    The story is just average...however... THE Shine a Light book IS OUTSTANDING!! I found myself holding things up to the light more than reading the story! A ton of fun!! I need to find a flashlight for the library!

  • Shauna
    2019-07-05 05:46

    What a fun book to read with my grand babies! Perfect bedtime story with a flashlight to show hidden things. Colorful illustrations with interesting words.

  • Jessica
    2019-07-14 23:59

    The kids love the shine-a-light series! They love using the flash light and guessing what is next. They always want me to read them again!

  • Edward Sullivan
    2019-06-25 00:39

    The critters that live under, in and around an apple tree are revealed in this cheerfully illustrated interactive book. Beware of a few muddled facts.

  • Liz Todd
    2019-07-14 07:37

    SO FUN! I want all of these...and any new ones that come out.

  • Elizabeth
    2019-07-04 05:50

    I like that children can use a flashlight with the book to see hidden habitats on each page.

  • Rachel Rouleau
    2019-06-30 03:03

    I was interested to try out one of the Shine-a-Light books. Fun but nothing super exciting. I think the concept sounded cooler than it actually was.

  • Shauna
    2019-06-28 23:43

    Make sure you have a flashlight or cell phone or lamp to read these fun discovery books.