Saturday, April 09, 2016

Book Review: Tooth by Tooth

TOOTH BY TOOTH: COMPARING FANGS, TUSKS, AND CHOMPERS by Sara Levine is a fun follow-up to the popular Bone by Bone.
This informational picture book designed for the primary grades introduces readers to the teeth of mammals. Taking a question-and-answer approach, children are asked to look at their own teeth, then think about the teeth of other creatures including dogs, cats, and bears.
T.S. Spookytooth’s illustrations add to the fun, but they also contribute to the high-quality learning experience.
Information about animal adaptations adds depth to the text. The book includes additional facts, a glossary, bibliography, and online resources.
Librarians will find the humorous approach will appeal to young readers who enjoy informational reading. Use this book as the focus of a dental health display that includes nonfiction works along with models of teeth.
Published by Lerner Publishing Group on March 1, 2016. ARC courtesy of the publisher.

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