Do you have jumping feet? Fast feet? Snow feet? Picky feet? No matter what you imagine you could need your feet to do, there is probably an animal who has feet that are made for just that! A gorgeous and informative book that will introduce a number of animals and actions!
High Feet, Slow Feet, Fast Feet, Snow Feet! The animal facts peppered into each page of this colorful board book supplement the subtle rhymes and teach children about different kinds of feet! Including simple and digestible information on how mammals, birds, and amphibians feet support them, this book is a rhyming collection of knowledge. To add to the value of this beautiful book, Mara concludes with the prodding, and open-ended question: What can your feet do?
High feet, slow feet, fast feet, snow feet So Many Feet introduces young children to the great diversity in the natural world, using feet as an accessible point of entry. The playful, rhyming main text offers some information, but is mostly fun to read aloud. The secondary text offers more facts about each animal and what makes its feet so unique. The book ends by asking children whether their feet can do all the things animals' feet can do.
About the Author
Nichole Mara only has two feet, and she's not afraid to use them to run, jump, and play all around New York City. Alexander Vidal is a recent graduate of the ArtCenter College of Design and has a passion for animals. So Many Feet is his first book.