Snail, Where Are You?

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This book doesn’t have any words, but it is fun to read it anyway. It has all these pictures and it asks, “Snail, where are you?” Then you get to find where the snail would be in the pictures. There is a man who is playing a tuba, and the snail shape is in the tuba. An elephant’s trunk is the snail shape, and you can find the snail in a pig’s tail or a mouse’s tail or a cat’s tail. The pictures are really fun and funny and colorful. I like the one where the snail says, “I am here.” The snail isn’t in the other pictures; you just see the snail shape everywhere. The other picture I really like is of the ice skater. She has such a pretty dress and she is balancing on one foot on her ice skate and the snail shape is on the ice. The other page has a woman in a sled on the ice. I don’t like the picture of the jester, but he has snails on his hat and on the pillars and on his shoes. It’s fun to look for the shapes in each picture.

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Author Tomi Ungerer
Star Count 3/5
Format Hard
Page Count 32 pages
Publisher Phaidon Press
Publish Date 20-Apr-2015
ISBN 9780714867991
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Issue May 2015
Category Children's


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