Explore Animal Kingdom
size 230 × 230 mm | 16 pages | board book
Simplified Chinese, Portuguese for Brazil, Estonian, Italian, Galician, Greek, Hungarian, German, Slovene, Swedish, Spanish, Complex Chinese, English, Vietnamese, Mongolian, French
The wind is blowing high above in the crown of the tree.
Branches are slapping against one another, and somewhere below, at the large crack with beetle larvae inside, someone is knocking on the trunk of the tree. „Woodpecker, what do you think you’re doing?“ the jay wagged its little head. „Look, you woke up the squirrel!“ A spider, hanging on a little thread, has just woven another spiderweb. And a cuckoo bird is singing in its nest. Coo-coo! That’s what it’s like on a tree every day. One oak tree is like a house, with lots of animals, big and small, living in it. You might know some of them already. So come on in, let me take you inside, on a visit to an old oak tree…