Win a Clever Lift-the-Flap Book About Animals

Visit Termite Town, settle in at Meerkat City, and dive into Water World: students learn about interesting places animals build their homes in this new book from Lonely Planet Kids.

If you’d like to win this book, play along and tell me which of the following animal homes sounds most comfy to you. Your choices are:

  • a naked mole rat burrow (just to be clear, only the mole rats are naked….)
  • a barn owl roost
  • a polar bear den
  • a coral reef
  • a beaver lodge

Let me know! Submit your comment to this blog by 11:59 pm EDT on October 3, 2017. Then watch your email to see if you’re our lucky randomly selected winner.

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Still thinking about which animal home I’d like best, I’m thinking it’s probably the polar bear den….


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30 thoughts on “Win a Clever Lift-the-Flap Book About Animals

  1. A beaver lodge sounds comfy. Having sat along the bank of a stream of a local beaver hangout, it is comforting and cozy. The water flows slowly, the bugs, bees, and birds are still noisy. I miss the flow of water sound in the miffle of the desert in Arizona.

  2. I would choose a barn owl roost. It is fitting as a teacher that I like to have a clear view and a sharp eye. I love the air quality of the forest and having the ability to soar! I can be alone or in a pair, but be with my friends when I become a mother. It would just be perfect for me.

  3. I’d like to live hidden high amongst the leaves of a strongly-rooted thick-trunked tree in a barn owl roost, so I’d be safe from floods and winds, and could look out far and beyond.

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