Snack, Snooze, Skedaddle: How Animals Get Ready for Winter

Snack, Snooze, Skedaddle: How Animals Get Ready for Winter


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There is more than one way for animals to prepare for winter. Some, such as mice, foxes, and moose, simply tolerate the cold. Of course black bears hibernate, but chipmunks, wood frogs, and garter snakes do too. And then there are the creatures that migrate, including hummingbirds, blue whales, and even earthworms! This rhyming nonfiction picture book by Laura Purdie Salas tells you all about how animals survive chilly weather.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781541529007
Publisher: Lerner Publishing Group
Publication date: 09/03/2019
Pages: 32
Sales rank: 350,339
Product dimensions: 9.90(w) x 9.80(h) x 0.40(d)
Age Range: 5 - 9 Years

About the Author

Laura Purdie Salas is the author of more than 130 books for kids, including If You Were the Moon, Water Can Be . . ., and Bookspeak! Poems about Books. Poetry and rhyming nonfiction books are her favorite things to write. Laura loves to do author visits, writing workshops, and teacher inservices. Read more about Laura and her work at

Claudine Gévry's love for books and drawing naturally led her to doing the best job on earth: children's book illustrator. She has illustrated many many books and she is at her happiest when painting cute animals or lush plants.

She lives between the mountains and the ocean in Vancouver, British Columbia.

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Snack, Snooze, Skedaddle: How Animals Get Ready for Winter 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
CharJones2525 12 months ago
What a charming book written by a Minnesotan who knows winter, with the most colorful and engaging illustrations! It had me at the fox on the cover, then won me completely with the rhyming story about how creatures get ready for winter. Some like lumbering bears hibernate, others such as the sly fox endure the chill while still others including fluttery hummingbirds leave for warmer climes. Includes a glossary of terms, with more detailed sections on winter survival strategies and the three types of animals fitting those categories: migrators, hibernators and tolerators. Perfect for children learning about creatures and nature — and adults, who will be entranced by the artwork! 5/5 Pub Date 03 Sep 2019. Thanks to Laura Purdie Salas and Claudine Gévry, Lerner Publishing Group and NetGalley for the review copy. Opinions are mine. #SnackSnoozeSkedaddle #NetGalley