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In the Dark Cave PB

In the Dark Cave PB
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A cricket, a rat and a bat live happily in the dark depths of their cave. Each one has a unique way of navigating the world without light, but one day an explorer brings light to the cave. Small children will enjoy the rhythmic verse of this story.


Product ID: 505008     ISBN-10: 1595720383
Categories: Children's Books, Children's Books > Baby~K
Supporting language: English
Platforms/media types: Printed Matter
Specifications: Age Range: 3 and up
Paperback: 40 pages
Language: English
ISBN-10: 1595720383
ISBN-13: 978-1595720382
Product Dimensions: 8.6 x 8.4 x 0.2 inches
Shipping Weight: 6.4 ounces
In the Dark Cave is a nicely-illustrated book. Its full-page, high-contrast, black-and-white images are very effective in capturing the dark environment of the cave. Primarily intended for children under seven years of age, there is much to interest and delight young readers here. But the poem is more than just a children s verse. It is also a message and a reminder to cave softly because even the most benign of trips may have lasting effects on both the cave and its denizens. --National Speleological Society News This is a rhyming book about a dark cave and the creatures that live happily in it (without light). One day, an explorer ventures down the cave with light and the creatures do not know what to make of it. This book is different in that the illustrations are in black and white. This definitely grabs [the attention of the reader] and would be a good book for those learning how to read. --Puget Sound Council This is a rhyming book about a dark cave and the creatures that live happily in it (without light). One day, an explorer ventures down the cave with light and the creatures do not know what to make of it. This book is different in that the illustrations are in black and white. This definitely grabs [the attention of the reader] and would be a good book for those learning how to read. --Puget Sound Council About the Author Richard Wason is a geologist and an emeritus professor of Philosophy at Washington University. He is the author of three novels and many non-fiction books and has been exploring caves for over 50 years.