Kaz Cooke is a cartoonist and illustrator. His latest, The Amazing Monster Detectoscope, is as intricate as any beforehand. Graeme, welcome to The Garret. Graeme Base: Lovely to be here, thanks.

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List of everything in Animalea by Graeme Base?

And really, the sheer amount of objects playing hide and seek within the illustrations is rather majorly daunting to say the least, especially since one is not even sure exactly how many hidden images there are in each section, in each given picture spread which is why I most certainly would really have appreciated and actually required a list of hidden objects included, either at the back of the book, with corresponding page numbers, or preferably, underneath each of the illustrations. Now I do believe and even realise that Animalia has a lot of what I would label "kid appeal" but for someone like me, with less than stellar eyesight, the sheer masses of hidden objects can easily prove to be a bit massively overwhelming at best. But that being said and even though I have only rated Animalia with a high two star ranking , aside from the book teaching and practicing the alphabet, alliteration, rhyming and the like, the hidden images might also be a useful tool for working on pattern recognition with children as well as adults who have focusing and visual tracking issues the latter factoid being yet another reason why a list of the specific hidden objects to be located in Animalia would have been a welcome and much useful addition.


Alliteration Activities With Animalia & Other Ideas

Reading Animalia by Graaeme Base is a great way to begin. Even though it is a picture book, it can be used for older elementary students because of the sophisticated writing and colorful illustrations. It drives home the meaning of alliteration quickly. Make sure, as you are reading, that you allow students to savor the elaborate words used to form the alliteration in each sentence, phrase or description. Also point out that occasionally it is necessary to use small words that begin with a different letter to have the writing make sense. For example:"Great green gorillas growing grapes in a gorgeous glass greenhouse. Write each of the following sentence starters on individual slips of paper.

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