If Animals Went to School (If Animals Kissed Good Night) (Hardcover)

By Ann Whitford Paul, David Walker (Illustrator)

Farrar, Straus and Giroux (BYR), 9780374309022, 32pp.

Publication Date: May 14, 2019

Other Editions of This Title:
Hardcover, Japanese (3/16/2020)
Board book (5/4/2021)

List Price: 16.99*
* Individual store prices may vary.

Description

Don't miss the other books in this adorable series: If Animals Kissed Good Night, If Animals Said I Love You, and If Animals Celebrated Christmas!

What if animals did what YOU do? This sweet story describes what animals might do in the classroom!

If animals went to school...what would they do? Beaver would practice counting with sticks. Goat would snack on the storybooks. And at recess, Goose would glide down Giraffe’s neck slide! Across the animal kingdom, every creature would learn, play, and make new friends.



About the Author

ANN WHITFORD PAUL is the author of numerous books for children, including the best-selling If Animals Kissed Goodnight, If Animals Said I Love You, If Animals Went to School, and If Animals Celebrated Christmas, all illustrated by David Walker. She and Walker also collaborated on Little Monkey Says Good Night, a Bank Street Best Children’s Book of the Year, which Kirkus Reviews praised as “a perfect good-night read.” Ms. Paul lives in Los Angeles, California.

David Walker has illustrated many books for children, including Victoria Adler’s Baby, Come Away and Ann Whitford Paul’s Little Monkey Says Good Night and If Animals Kissed Good Night. He lives in Chapel Hill, North Carolina.


Praise For If Animals Went to School (If Animals Kissed Good Night)

“The gentle, delightful illustrations paired with the simple, sweet story line are sure to please little listeners everywhere. . .A lovely recommended read-aloud for toddlers and preschoolers.” —School Library Journal

“For younger readers, If Animals Went to School introduces them in an entertaining way to what they can expect at school. . .Colorful, joyful watercolors amp up the playfulness.” —The News Gazette