"An adorable rhyming book with educational nonfiction elements woven in. Perfect for homes, classrooms, and libraries!" Couldn't agree more!!! At first, I thought this will be a "find something" book. But it turned out to be a fun read. How a squirrel found it's foods, kept them and consumed them on winter. Some food they hide and can't be found, will grow into plants they can also eat later on.
Fun story about squirrels hiding food. Storyline was a bit hard to follow but the pictures were fun.
This is a cute story about a squirrel preparing food for winter and what happens to the uneaten food afterwards. The illustrations are done well and did well keeping younger children’s attention throughout the entire book. Perfect read for the fall season as winter approaches.
The illustrations in this book were bright and engaging. This is a perfect fall book, especially for an introduction to how animals prepare for winter!
This cute story is told from the prospective of a squirrel who is searching and hiding food for him and his fellow squirrels.
Throughout the story you can sense its determination in finding food for the winter. It's always careful up not take too much, such as the bird seed because it knows the birds need it to.
The story is about kindness and sharing.
The last few pages share facts about squirrels. It also has a few pages with information and pictures of different squirrels found around the world.
Hide and Seek, Nuts To Eat is a colorful children's book that teaches kids about how squirrels get their food. Hiding and Seeking their hidden food, we follow the rhymes in the book to find out if the squirrels discover their "hidden pantries" for their food or their food decays. And oh, who knew squirrels can actually grow their own food?
If you don't believe me, just grab your copy and find out. It is an easy and educative read for kids and i greatly recommend it.
Thank you to the publisher and NetGalley for an ARC in exchange of an honest review.
This is a cute book! The graphics are adorable. I love all of the squirrel facts in the back as well.
Very very cute, this rhymed book is a great way to give a very young audience an insight into the ways of the squirrel as it builds a supply of buried nuts and seeds – only to have a lot of it eaten by other squirrels and then forget where the rest was. The text is really brief and readable throughout, until the end-matter which is a bit more involved and mature for us to receive the science – and to see various other species of squirrel from around the world. It looks great, it reads wonderfully, and it's non-fiction – there's nothing to dislike here, and much to recognise it did very well without having to. And that's the mark of a five star book in my mind.
Thank you to Net Galley for this cute and informative book- Hide and Seek Nuts to Eat by Tracy C Gold. This rhyming book shows how squirrels survive and thrive but hiding nuts, seeds, berries etc to help them survive the winter when food is scarce.Some of the food they don’t find grows into plants and flowers they can enjoy the next year.This book talks about how squirrels live, forage for food and interact with other animals.There are also some great facts about the different types of squirrels in the back of the book.Great for preschool and early elementary school readers.
Hiding Nuts to Seek is a great fall book for preschool age kids. The story teaches the kids about how squirrels hide food so that they can eat it during the winter when their normal food is scarce, but it does it in a fun way that teaches the kids without them realizing they are learning anything. I loved the illustrations and thought they did a great job of telling the story. I also found it useful and interesting how at the end of the book there were a few pages of facts about squirrels and their habits. This was another great way to help teach our kids about the wildlife around us. I look forward to continuing to read this book to my son this fall.
Thanks to NetGalley and the publisher for an early copy of this book to review!
Bright colorful pictures make this squirrel book perfect for Fall story time! Also has facts about a variety of squirrels at the end of the book.
Anyone who knows me knows my love of squirrels. Their antics, their chatter, all of it. I know I had to have this book for my collection as soon as I seen the cover. Thank you to NetGalley and Sourcebooks Kids for a chance to read and review an advanced reader copy.
The art style in this book is really cute and vibrant. I think it matches the story perfectly. I love the education, not only within the story, but included in the back as well. The author includes some various types of squirrels and facts about some of their habits, like seeking and finding food. A super cute book that me and my children really loved and will be adding to our library of books on release day.
Thank you so much to Sourcebooks Kids / Sourcebooks Explore and Netgalley for the ebook to read and review.
A rhyming picture book on a squirrel hunting for its seeds and nuts ready for the colder months to come.
This is such a great book for teaching children all about squirrels and how they survive when the weather changes and the struggle to find food arises. I loved that it was done in a sweet rhyming style and it showed all the different things that they eat and scavenge for.
I loved the illustrations throughout they were really cute, seeing the squirrel in different situations, they were really cute and worked perfectly to tell the story. I also really loved that we got an illustration of each type of squirrel and a fact-file sharing with us even more information, I honestly didn’t even know some of those types of squirrel existed myself so it was a fun way to learn about them.
This is a perfect book for young children that love animals or if you are doing a lesson on animals as they will learn a lot from this book but it’s done in a really fun way. I do recommend it, I throughly enjoyed reading it.
The illustrations in this are GORGEOUS. The story is short and sweet yet very informative. Very eye catching for littles. My 5 year old really enjoyed it. We have a lot of squirrels in our neighborhood so hear about why the do some things was great. The information in the back was perfect.
Definitely one to add to your preschoolers/kindergarteners shelves really great for homeschooling as well.
Absolutely love this book. A great way to teach children about squirrels and how they prepare for the winter .
The illustrations were beautiful.
A quick and fun read .
Cute children’s book that shows the life of a squirrel and how they are hunter/gathers when it comes to eating. It also shows how they properly store their food until they need it.
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This is a rhyming story with the second and fourth lines that rhyme. The reader experiences the adventures of a squirrel preparing for winter. I never knew there are 200+ types of squirrels around the works! There are facts at the end of the book. One thing that was disappointing was there were all illustrations and no real pictures of squirrels.
My toddler absolutely loved this book. He was laughing and stayed engaged throughout the whole story. He loved the section in the back where different types of squirrels were shown. He had to know everything about each one. This book is full of adorable illustrations. This book is definitely a hit in this household.
Hide and Seek Nuts to Eat is a great rhyming story that's very sweet and fun, featuring a cheeky tree squirrel preparing for winter. The book has super cute illustrations with lots of movement, created in an eye catching colour palette and style. I would highly recommend this book to anyone who likes rhyming animal tales that also teach children about the creatures habits. There are several pages at the back of the book full of informitaive facts on squirrels too, perfect for learning and helping with research for primary school projects.
Little squirrel is gathering nuts, seeds and berries for he and his friends as winter nears. He is good and only takes a little because he realizes that birds are needing food in winter as well. He hopes that he and his friends can find their stash in the winter. When spring arrives some of the seeds they didn't find in the winter were found to sprout and bloom in spring. It won't be long until the cycle starts all over again.