A Glow-In-The-Dark Book
Written by Anne Jankéliowitch, Illustrated by Delphine Chedru
For humans, the setting sun marks the end of the day and signals to us that it’s time to go to sleep. But while people are quietly dreaming in their beds, there’s a whole world of animals that’s just waking up! Who are they, what do they do until morning, and how do they move, see, and hunt in the dark?
Find out the answers to these questions and more in this book! With special glow-in-the-dark surprises, unlock the mysteries of the dark and discover the amazing world of night animals. — From the Publisher
This is a great informational book about animals in a variety of environments and habitats. The information fits more for upper grade elementary students. The illustrations seem more of a younger grade elementary level. The glow in the dark aspect is fun and helps engage the kids, especially younger kids. I loved that it covered so many different types of animals.
Review by Vanessa Eyre, Robert Frost Media Center
Rating: ★★★★✩ (4 stars)
Interest Level: Grades K-6
Animals at Night: A Glow-In-The-Dark Book
Written by Anne Jankéliowitch, Illustrated by Delphine Chedru, Tanslated from the French by Eve Bodeux
Release Date: October 3, 2017
An advance reader’s copy was provided by the publisher.
Categories: Elem. – Nonfiction
Tags: nonfiction, animals, glow-in-the-dark