Published by Page Street Kids
Summary: On the first page, readers are shown a labeled diagram of a lion–tail, ears, snout, fangs, and claw–so that they’ll know what to look for and avoid danger. On the next page, watch out, it’s a lion’s tail! Or is it? Another page turn reveals the tail actually belongs to a giraffe. And so it goes, with different body parts revealed to be a sloth, a hamster, and a walrus. When a lion finally comes along, it turns out to be a cute baby cub. But there really was a lion, so stay on your toes! You never know what may be lurking around the corner. 32 pages; ages 3-8.
Pros: Any story that is this interactive is a win in my book, and I can’t wait to read it to kindergarteners sometime in the near future.
Cons: I wish there had been a few more animals included. It was over too quickly.