Children's book by Lee Clancey. Illustrations by Mary Rothemel. 

Hardcover, 38 pages.

 

In the animal world, each animal has its own name, but there are also names for groups of the same kind of animal-like a flock of sheep or a bale or turtles! There are special words for all kinds of animals; how many can you learn?

 

Whale families are called pods, but a group of whale friends is a gam. There are schools of dolphins and litters of puppies. On the farm, you might find a gaggle of geese, a trip of goats, or a drift of hogs. If you go to the woods, you could meet a sloth of bears or a skulk of foxes! And up in the air you could see a richness of ravens or a parliament of owls.

 

Entertaining and informative, this illustrated children's book introduces nouns of assembly for animals in fun and colorful verse.

A Bale of Turtles

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