Hello, I'm a Pangolin (Meet the Wild Things, Book 2) by Rocco, Hayley

Hello, I'm a Pangolin (Meet the Wild Things, Book 2)

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Say hello to a pangolin, and learn all about this incredible endangered species--and why they need protecting--in this clever, funny, and informative nonfiction picture book, illustrated by a Caldecott Honoree.

"Wild, fun, and truly eye-opening, Meet the Wild Things gets us up close and personal with some of the world's most amazing creatures. With this series, Hayley and John Rocco are doing more than entertaining our kids--they're inspiring them to care about the future of our planet." --Brad Meltzer, bestselling author of the Ordinary People Change the World series

Did you know pangolins are the only mammals with scales? Not even the teeth of a lion can break through their tough armor.

And did you know pangolins have a super-sticky tongue as long as their entire body? (The better to eat 20,000 bugs a day with!)

Chock-full of amazing, kid-friendly facts and inviting artwork from the #1 New York Times bestselling illustrator of Blackout, the Meet the Wild Things series introduces young readers to endangered animals from around the globe, told from the points of view of the animals themselves.

Author: Hayley Rocco
Publisher: G.P. Putnam's Sons Books for Young Readers
Published: 06/25/2024
Pages: 32
Binding Type: Hardcover
Series: Meet the Wild Things
Weight: 0.70lbs
ISBN: 9780593618158
Audience: Ages 4-8

About the Author
Hayley Rocco is the author of How to Send a Hug, her first collaboration with her husband, John Rocco. Before dedicating herself to writing for children full-time, Hayley worked as a publicist at several major publishers. An ambassador for Wild Tomorrow, a nonprofit focused on conservation and rewilding South Africa, Hayley travels the world armed with a pen, a journal, and her camera, discovering stories of wild things and wild places. Visit Hayley at hayleyrocco.com and follow her on Instagram @hayleyroccobooks.

John Rocco is the #1 New York Times bestselling author and illustrator of many acclaimed books for children, including Blackout, the recipient of a Caldecott Honor, and How We Got to the Moon, which received a Sibert Honor and was longlisted for the National Book Award. John, also an ambassador for Wild Tomorrow, ventures with Hayley into the wild in search of stories they can bring back and share with readers everywhere. John and Hayley live in Rhode Island in an old house tucked in the woods near the sea. Visit John at roccoart.com and follow him on Instagram @roccoart.