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#1 of 9 Old 11-04-2010, 01:22 PM - Thread Starter
 
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Ok, no, sorry, it was just a crow. I was just hoping to get more traffic so maybe I could get this question answered.

I'm trying to find a book I vaguely remember. The pages are thick, maybe not board book thick, but thicker than regular books. And the are divided into 3 parts. I think it was spiral bound. Each page had a different animal, and then you could flip the different parts to create unique animals. I used it when I taught adaptations in 2nd-3rd grade. We had fun imagining what type of habitat a Ostrilephamus would live in, and what it would eat. But I can't seem to find a book like that. I've found one that was all dinosaurs, and that's interesting too, but I'd like one with modern animals.

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This?

or maybe this?

not animals but fun looking

That's all I got! Good luck in your search. It sounds like a fun book!

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I have an animal page flip book. I will take a picture of it and post it later.
The dino one sounds cool. My ds is a dino nut!
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BaileyAnn3, thanks. The one I'm picturing is almost exactly like the last one you posted, but animals.

Mattemma04, thanks. If you could also get the ISBN that would help.
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Ok....I am sure we have the book you are describing....picked up at a garage sale last year...I can't recall the name and I am outta town right now. I will have to look when I get home.

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Thanks Pat!

Mattemma04, here is the dino one: http://www.amazon.com/Flip-saurus-Br...=2YU60A0FVROHN
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I am waiting for the pictures to load on mine.Cute book,but I am missing one flap,the rear end on the platypus.

Thanks for the dino link.

Mine is called Remarkable Animals by Tony Meeuwissen copyright 1997

I came across mine on a library resale bookshelf.

Here we go:
http://picasaweb.google.com/mattemma06/Book#

Hope it helps!
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Awesome! Thanks! That's not the exact one I remember, but it would do the trick! I love the little descriptions.
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