" Kids will get a kick out of the photos, and hopefully the scenes will inspire them to create their own miniature worlds. " Anne said.
" I always knew those squirrels were up to something! Fun photos and a cute storyline will work well in classrooms. " Laura said.
" Every kid who spends time building houses and cars and furniture for fairies, Polly Pockets, pet guinea pigs, etc. (like I did when I was a kid) will be enchanted by these photos of squirrels in adorable scenes built by photographer Nancy Rose. Too. Cute. " Laura Salas said.
" OK. It doesn't matter what the story is about. The book portrays squirrels doing people things - like mailing a letter, playing a piano, and reading. The photographs are all it needs to make this one a hit! Bonus is learning how to photograph live animals - if you're brave enough to try. " Rebecca said.
" Well, this is adorable. Mr. Peanuts is lonely and mails a tiny letter to his cousin inviting him for a visit. The story is told in photos of real squirrels, shot by a photographer who built her own miniature sets on her deck and baited them with peanuts, then waited for the right light and the right shot. Includes "ten tips for photographing wildlife" and "Q&A with Nancy Rose." " Rebecca said.
" These stories don't have much of a story line but have really cool photos :) " Mariah said.
" This was a really cute book with a sweet story. I was very curious (and worried) to see if the squirrels photographed were taxidermy projects. I was happy to find at the end of the book it tells how the author photographed the LIVE squirrels. In my mind, I was saying...Oh, thank goodness they weren't stuffed! HA! " Brittany said.
" Genius. And so funny. My kids loved it, as did I. " Diana Murray said.