Look What I See! Where Can I Be?
With My Animal Friends
¡Mira lo que veo! ¿Dónde crees que estoy?
Coming November 2021
Paperback ISBN: 978-1-951995-03-4
32 pages • Size: 8 x 8"• $8.95
Grades: 0–2 • Ages: 2–7
eBook ($7.99) ISBN: 978-1-951995-05-8
Also available in English:
Hardback ($9.95) ISBN: 978-1-930775-07-7
eBook ($8.99) ISBN: 978-1-930775-29-9
Project backed by a generous grant from The Spanx by Sara Blakely Foundation’s Red Backpack Fund.
Con mis amigos los animales
This beloved title from the Look What I See, Where Can I Be? series is now bilingual, in English and Spanish!
A charming baby dozes during each of her family’s outings. Awakened by the sounds and smells of the places where different animals reside, she opens her eyes and sees a lively detail—an eye, an ear, a hoof, a head.
Help Baby solve the mysteries of this guessing-game book. Where would she see a dolphin’s face? Where would she see the furry ears of a German shepherd pup? Turn the page, and colorful photographs reveal the entire scene.
Celebrate the fun of exploring new places, the excitement of seeing real animals, and the joy of bringing home a new pet.
Available to literacy and non-profit organizations,
in quantities of 500+, for just $1.96 each!
Contact Marlee@PlatypusMedia.com for more information.
Help Young Readers...
Learn about community helpers
Explore their surroundings
Appreciate animal life
“This book is ideal for starting discussions with young children, talking about days of the week, and cultivating observation and reasoning skills. And, best yet, children from every background can relate to it!”
“Este libro es ideal para iniciar conversaciones con niños pequeños, hablar de
los días de la semana y cultivar la capacidad de observación y razonamiento.
Y, lo que es mejor, ¡niños de todos los orígenes pueden identificarse con él!”
—Maria Salvadore, author, Books Your Kids Will Talk About
About the Author
Dia L. Michels is an internationally published, award-winning science and parenting writer who is committed to promoting attachment parenting. She has authored or edited over a dozen books for both children and adults, and her books have been translated into a variety of languages. The mother of three grown children, she lives in Washington D.C. with five cats and a dog.
& the Photographer
Michael J. N. Bowles is a critically acclaimed, award-winning photographer with a special interest in portraiture. His photographs have been exhibited and published around the world. He grew up on a farm in Zimbabwe, and moved to the U.S. with his family in 1980. He is an enthusiastic traveler, but has a home in Virginia with his wife and two children.