Featured Book Trailer THE UPSIDE-DOWN BOOK OF SLOTHS

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🦥🌟Book Trailer! THE UPSIDE-DOWN BOOK OF SLOTHS (Norton Young Readers, Sept 5, 2023)
We’re delighted to feature the book trailer for
THE UPSIDE-DOWN BOOK OF SLOTHS
Written by Elizabeth Shreeve
Illustrated by Isabella Grott
Click to Download the Teachers Guide for THE UPSIDE-DOWN BOOK OF SLOTHS!
ABOUT the BOOK
The Upside-Down Book of Sloths: Shreeve, Elizabeth, Grott, Isabella: 9781324015772: Amazon.com: Books

Slow, sleepy—and adorable. This playful and informative picture book follows the fascinating history of one of the world’s most beloved animals.

Many find sloths cute, while some find them just plain bizarre. In The Upside-Down Book of Sloths, Elizabeth Shreeve uncovers their less-well-known evolutionary history and how they became the beloved—and unique—creatures of today. She pairs and compares the six extant modern species, like the pygmy sloth, the brown-throated sloth, and the ai, with their prehistoric counterparts, such as Thalassocnus, the tough seafaring sloth; Paramylodon, which had armor-like skin and walked on the sides of its feet; and Megatherium, which could weigh up to 8,000 pounds. She even reveals how modern sloths have adapted to hang upside down, how they learned to swim, and even how they poop!

As entertaining as it is educational, The Upside-Down Book of Sloths offers a brilliant deep dive into sloths, their evolution, and their connections to our planet’s natural history—and future.

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Kid Lit TV Commenter Donna Weidner

Congratulations, Elizabeth! I can’t wait to read it and learn more about sloths!

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