Hibernation Station

Hibernation Station

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Rhyming text and pictures introduce the reader to a variety of animals as they try to snuggle in to sleep.
Publisher: New York : Simon and Schuster Books for Young Readers, 2010
ISBN: 9781416937883
Branch Call Number: MEA
Characteristics: unpaged
Additional Contributors: Cyrus, Kurt

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Man123
Aug 23, 2014

bears do hibernate

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FJGutierrez
Aug 23, 2014

It's all about animals going to hibernation. I like it because it has a lot of detail and it's kinda funny!

kimbalee Jun 10, 2011

A cute story with fantastic illustrations!

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Tasha2010
Dec 24, 2010

didn't quite work I thought. Beautiful illustrations but does antropomorphize the animals.

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StratfordLibrary Oct 28, 2010

Winter is coming, and the hibernation station is ready to roll! All aboard! Final destination: SLEEP! Some of the animals, however, aren’t quite ready to sleep … the chipmunks are chattering; the frogs are fidgeting; the snakes are slithering about, and the big black bear is grumbling about somebody snoring! Eventually, though, as first snow begins to fall, everyone drifts off into a peaceful winter’s sleep.

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