In the winter, when it’s cold outside, many animals find nice warm places to go to sleep and only wake up again in the spring, when the weather grows warm once more. This is called hibernation!
You might know that bears hibernate, but did you know that other animals also sleep through the winter? Frogs and toads sleep in the mud, while ladybugs hide in old logs, under rocks, and even in your house! Bats, chipmunks, hedgehogs, dormice—all of them go to sleep when it gets cold outside.
Presented in both English and Spanish, this educational children’s book shares facts and images about animals that hibernate.
“Make learning about hibernation fun for your child with this delightful little book, Animals That Hibernate. The text, written in both English and Spanish, is easy to understand, and the illustrations are very kid friendly. Whether you are a parent or a teacher, this is the book for you to share with your young ones!”
—Catherine Walker, pre-K teacher and author of Bully Free—That’s for Me!