Belly Button Book! by Sandra Boynton

By Sandra Boynton

Featuring a beachful of bare-bellied hippos—including one tiny child who can merely say “Bee Bo”—the Belly Button publication is a unusual addition to the phenomenally winning Boynton on Board sequence. each web page captivates with Sandra Boynton’s inimitable illustrations and cheerful rhyming text:

Soon after darkish, upon the seashore, we sing a hippo track, and if you’re feeling within the temper, we are hoping you’ll sing alongside: “Belly abdominal Button, you’re oh so fantastic. Ooo, stomach Button, I’m so chuffed you’re mine.”

glossy and durable, and that includes an exceptional (navel-shaped, evidently) die-cut hide, the Belly Button publication offers enduring, giggly, read-aloud fun.

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Travels to nearest suitabl e cave or abandoned mine for hibernation. This is the species that most commonly occupies bat houses. 34 THE BAT HOUSE BUILDER'S HANDBOOK Northern myotis, Myotis septentrionalis UPPER MIDWEST, eastern, and some southern states and into Canada. Summer roosts vary, and these bats have been found benea th tree bark, in buildings, and in caves. Little is known abou t nu rsery colon ies, but small numbers have been found rearing you ng beneath tree bark, in bui ldings, and in ba t houses.

S. Maternity colonies roost beneath loose bark. Most hibernate in only nine caves and mines. Occasionally uses build ings, bridges, and bat houses; reported in bat houses in Illinois, Indiana, and Pennsylvania. Cave myoti s, Myotis velifer SOUTHERN ARIZONA and New Mex ico into West Texas, Ok lahoma, and sou th-centra l Kansas. Forms large nu rsery colonies in caves, and rears young in smaller groups in buildings. The eastern subspecies hibernates in caves, but the winter habitat of the western subspecies is u nknown.

Thus far, their only known use has been limited to houses mounted on buildings or poles. 31 Answers to Common Bat House Questions Will attracting bats to bat houses in my yard increase the likelihood that they will move into my attic or wall spaces? No. If bats liked your attic or wall spaces, they probably would already be living there. If I have bats living in my attic, but would prefer that they occupy a bat house instead, what should I do? Attics and other parts of buildings often provide ideal bat roosting sites.

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