How to Swallow a Pig: Step-by-Step Advice from the Animal Kingdom

How to Swallow a Pig Step by Step Advice from the Animal Kingdom In the latest eye catching escape into the kingdom of Animalia Steve Jenkins and Robin Page reveal the skills animals use to survive in the wild in an imaginative and humorous how to format With step

  • Title: How to Swallow a Pig: Step-by-Step Advice from the Animal Kingdom
  • Author: Steve Jenkins Robin Page
  • ISBN: 9780544313651
  • Page: 416
  • Format: Hardcover
  • In the latest eye catching escape into the kingdom of Animalia, Steve Jenkins and Robin Page reveal the skills animals use to survive in the wild in an imaginative and humorous how to format With step by step instructions, readers learn about specific behaviors how to catch thousands of fish like a humpback whale or how to sew up a nest like a tailorbird This fascinatinIn the latest eye catching escape into the kingdom of Animalia, Steve Jenkins and Robin Page reveal the skills animals use to survive in the wild in an imaginative and humorous how to format With step by step instructions, readers learn about specific behaviors how to catch thousands of fish like a humpback whale or how to sew up a nest like a tailorbird This fascinating and fun illustrated nonfiction melds science, art, biology, and the environment together in a detailed and well researched book about animals who live and survive in our world today.

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    1. Another fascinating, eye-catching look at the animal kingdom from Steve Jenkins and Robin Page, this time looking at the skills animals use to survive in the wild in an imaginative and humorous how-to format.

    2. A how-to book featuring animals around the world breaking down the steps to their unique practices.I LOVE the writing! The presentation of information is very appealing and the information is high interest making this a book readers of all ages will find hard to put down. Torn/cut paper collage illustrations are stunning. Must see/read; maybe my favorite book by this team to date.PreK-3+.

    3. Another beautifully detailed book by this husband and wife team. I am glad they saved the snake swallowing the pig steps until the last page. Truthfully, that is the one series of illustrations I could have done without.

    4. Haven’t you ever wondered how to farm like a leaf-cutter ant? Or dance like a grebe? How about catch a meal like a crocodile? I know you’ve wondered how to woo a ewe like a mountain sheep. Well, grab some friends because Steve Jenkins and Robin Page tell you how in their fascinating informational book: How to Swallow a Pig (like a python that is). Jenkins and Page artfully blend information and nature-based fun in this step-by-step how-to guide. They add in helpful tips, such as “If you wa [...]

    5. ‘How to Swallow A Pig’ is an engaging, funny, and highly informative piece of informative/nonfiction. Author/Illustrators, Steve Jenkins and Robin Page team up to create a text that teaches children highly informative “survival” skills in the shape of various animals. Want to learn how to spin a web like a spider? Want to know how warn off danger like a Vervet monkey? ‘How To’ does just that—giving a detailed, enumerated list of step-by-step instructions. The book is effective for [...]

    6. Everything Steve Jenkins touches is going to be great to look at - the guy makes his own paper and then cuts and tears it into shapes so he can make fabulous, textured collages of plants and animals from near and far. He frequently works with his wife Robin Page, whose humor and ability to explain natural phenomena are real assets. So in this book you'll get step-by-step instructions on how to catch fish with bubbles (helps if you are an aquatic mammal with a tail), spin a web, and, of course, d [...]

    7. I don't usually count picture book style books toward my yearly reading goal, but this was a booktalk book, so it gets to be an exception because I had to spend so much time with it :) This is really very clever -- as pretty much everything created by Steve Jenkins tends to be. Kids love animals, and this is a very fun way of exploring unusual animal behavior. Written like a how-to book with the trademark paper cut collage style illustrations used by this duo, this book explores how spiders spin [...]

    8. This personalizes (using 2nd person voice) the different clever abilities and techniques different animals use to survive and thrive by inviting children to try it themselves with step-by-step directions. Helpful illustrations show each step, though some steps are somewhat difficult for humans (eg, "unhinge your jaw", or "bang your head against your rival"). Ends with a page giving more details about each featured animal. Younger readers can read the first sentence in bold of each step while usi [...]

    9. Probably one of my favorite nonfiction picture books of 2015!Providing "advice" on how to do things like animals do, readers will laugh their way through the book and learn fascinating animal skills and behaviors. Additional information about the animals featured can be found in the end.

    10. Jenkins and Page are gems in the world of nonfiction children's books. A "how-to" guide with step by step actions to act like animals in the natural world. From debugging fur to swallowing a pig whole to spinning a spider web. Fun and accessible for kids.

    11. Great book Ben and I read this year. All sorts of animals eating things, step-by-step. Very helpful! : )

    12. Another fun and fascinating offering by a tried and true team. Love the information, love the collage illustrations, love the back matter.

    13. This book is an instructional book that teaches the reader how to do things that animals do in the wild, this being a eating, spinning a web, etc. This book is comical with the teachings it has, as it is self-aware while it keeps the topics professional.The media of the book is paint that is blended very well as it can appear to even be colored pencil. The art is straightforward while still being photo-realistic. It does not need to be of a cartoon feeling and it is good that it is isn't as it w [...]

    14. This was a very creative way to explain to kids some of the different processes that animals use to accomplish various things at a level that makes it easy for them to understand. My 6 year old loved it! He couldn't believe how smart the crow was and said that he wanted to be one! After a while, my four year old started to tune out some of the stories unless they were about an animal that he found particularly interesting. It's not really the best book to read aloud, but we made it through it an [...]

    15. This book was very interesting. It was very informative but I did not like it. It shows readers how animals gather food and eat it. It was interesting book to read but I would not recommend it. I could not think of any project to relate this story to. I found it somewhat confusing. It would be a good read for a student that enjoys learning about animals. The illustrations were very well drawn out and out together. I did like that in the back of the book there was resources for readers to get mor [...]

    16. This book teaches you about various animals and their practices in the animal kingdom. It is very insightful and provides step by step instructions on how various animals do things in their natural habitats. For example, if teaches you step by step instruction on how to crack a nut like a crow and how to spin a web like a spider. I really enjoyed this book because I never knew most of these things about animals and I like that is a step by step instructional book, which would be very easy for ch [...]

    17. This book moves well and keeps the eye entertained. Each page or two spread features step by step guides to how different animals accomplish tasks in their lives from eating, to mating to nest building. was fun and moved. the ending features more non fiction facts about each animal but isn't weighed done at two and a half pages. elementary and up.

    18. This was a really fun book to read. Each animals has some step by step directions for how to survive like they do; like building a wasps nest or bubble netting like a humpback. The artwork is fantastic!

    19. While some readers might get tired of these nonfiction titles by Robin Page and Steve Jenkins, they'd have to be devoid of curiosity not to find them appealing. (I had a group of COLLEGE students a couple of semesters ago who were browsing through my collection of Steve Jenkins books and stopped after around five minutes because, as they told me, they got what he was trying to do, but the novelty had worn off. Ah, current educational system focused on merely finding the correct answer to a quest [...]

    20. Last night the first big storm of the season left behind five inches of snow. Looking up from shoveling my driveway as the sun was starting to set; I noticed two deer quietly walking down the sidewalk across the street, a doe and an eight-point buck. We watched each other for several minutes as I moved in rows back and forth tossing snow. In mere seconds on a turn around I was startled to see they had gone. They had vanished without a sound. Not for the first time I wondered about the ability to [...]

    21. Summary:Each one or two page spread in this book tells you how a particular animal is able to do something. For instance some of the pages are titled “How to Sew Like a Tailorbird,” or “How to Spin a Web Like a Spider.” Then each step gives you a brief description and a picture to go along with it, so it is easier to understand for visual learners. Recommendations:I learned a lot about animals I never even knew existed. I thought the step by step instructions of how animals are able to d [...]

    22. My 5 year old loved this book so much that we had to buy our own before we could return the library copy. Really fun book, maybe a bit gruesome to really sensitive children. A pig gets swallowed whole and an egret gets chomped. The premise of the book is that you are trying to do things that animals do and it has instructions. First page is about how to fish like a whale and it includes instructions like, find fish, gather other whales, slap the surface of the water with your tail, if you don't [...]

    23. Step-by-step instructions include how to repel insects like a capuchin ("4. Rub the milipede on your fur. And be sure to share your milipede with any monkeys that don't have their own"), how to hunt fish like a humpback whale ( "If you don't have a tail, ask one of the whales for help"), and how to crack a nut like a crow ("Find a spot near a traffic signal above a busy road" - which comes with a caveat not to do this one until you have learned to fly). Another top-of-the-pile work by my favorit [...]

    24. This clever and witty non-fiction picture book is all about the animal kingdom so naturally I had to read it and I learned quite a bit from it.I did not know that nature's natural repellant is a millipede which secrets poison through their skin and repels most insects. Capuchins know this though.So many useful tips in here that the animal kingdom already knows. Time to catch up to their knowledge as we can learn a lot from animals.Written by Steve Jenkins , illustrated by Robin page and publishe [...]

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