REVIEW: Squirrels by Brian Wildsmith

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REVIEW: Squirrels by Brian Wildsmith

BOOK: SQUIRRELS

AUTHOR & ILLUSTRATOR: BRIAN WILDSMITH

PUBLISHER: OXFORD UNIVERSITY PRESS

PAGES: 32

AGE RECOMMENDED: 4+

It’s fall in some parts of the world, and at my place, the monsoon is setting. A lot of fall posts are over my feed and I decided to go with the trend.

Fall/ autumn and squirrel are interrelated. Squirrels are active during the fall to store food for the winter. You can see they are buzzing very fast up and down. This non-fiction book about squirrels tells us about their nature, family, use of the tail and lifestyle. The watercolour illustrations in this book are so good. Each page has simple information that a young child can get to know about it. The facts were so interesting and fun, a must-read for a young wildlife enthusiast! 

Did you know,

  • Squirrels house names are called a drey.
  • Squirrels use their tail for different purposes.
  • Squirrels often forget the place they hide their nuts.
  • Mother squirrel feeds milk to the babies for 7 weeks.
  • They sometimes destruct the garden and often eat new plants.

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