Snakes Have No Legs: A light-hearted book on how snakes get around by slithering (Awesome Animals)

Snakes Have No Legs: A light-hearted book on how snakes get around by slithering (Awesome Animals) by Kelly Tills 1736700405 9781736700402
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For ages 0-5


Can a snake wear shoes? No! But they sure can win a race.


In this light-hearted picture book about snakes, learn how snakes can slither up trees, on land and even in the water. See all the fun shapes a snake can make with its body. Snakes Have No Legs is perfect for home or for classroom read alouds. Kids love shouting out the answers to silly questions like "Can a snake wear gloves?" This call and response format is a time-tested method for keeping kids engaged and interacting, instead of just chewing on the pages.


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Parents and kids love it.


- "This book was adorable and kiddos are going to love it. Its full of interesting facts presented in an entertaining format with hilarious illustrations. A winner!"


- "We giggled a lot. Its silly science. Super cute."


- "I absolutely love the artwork for this book. It is colorful and vibrant."


Book 1 of 6 in the Awesome Animals Series

Other books in the series:

  • Snakes Have No Legs
  • Pigs Never Sweat
  • Geckos Dont Blink
  • Cows Have No Top Teeth
  • Turtles Have Secret Ears
  • Chicks Dont Eat Candy


The Awesome Animals series is a collection of weird but true books for kids about the animal kingdom. Half fact and half fun, each book features an animal which is missing something that were taught to expect should be there. But these animals dont just thrive despite that absence, they thrive because of it.


All books use a dyslexia-friendly type-face. With dyslexia, we often focus on the challenges - difficulty reading. But thanks to the way the dyslexic brain is built, people with dyslexia are often creative, intuitive and highly successful. In other words, those people arent thriving despite their dyslexic brain, they are thriving because of it.


Author: Kelly Tills

Language: English

Binding: Paperback

Pages: 27

Publisher: FDI Publishing

Publication Date: 2021-09-21


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