The story of a lost little fawn. Following his mom’s trail, we learn about animals and their footprints. It’s an exciting exploration—with animals hidden under the flaps!
A little fawn gets lost in the forest . . . Anxious and confused, he leaves in search of his mom, following a trail in the soil of the forest. But were these tracks really left by Mother Deer? Maybe someone else went this way. On his expedition, the fawn learns a lot about all kinds of animals. What makes the squirrel such a great climber? What do the tracks of a horned owl look like? Do you know which animal is the quietest when it’s moving? Or how a duck uses its legs to swim? If you help the fawn find his mom, a surprise will await you under every flap. And maybe you will recognize some tracks left in the soil or in the snow on your next walk!
Novelty book with flaps, 14 pages. 8 x 8 inches.
Recommended by the publisher for children ages 3-6 years.
Nest Notes: We find this book more suited to ages 5-8 years.