Phyllis L Volz, February 7, 2012 (view all comments by Phyllis L Volz)
This is an amusing story about a little bat trying so hard to be a good bird after he was accidently dropped into a nest. There is a moral here too about how we can be different but get along together.
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kyrae, September 6, 2006 (view all comments by kyrae)
Sweet story about a baby fruit bat who becomes lost, lives with a bird family, then rediscovers her bat identity and family. A favorite of my 2-yr-old son. Beautiful illustrations. This is a book that deserves hardcover presentation. The best of Janell Cannon's books.
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A beloved picture book, in a brand new board book edition
Stellaluna is a fictional female Megabat in a children's book of the same name by author Janell Cannon, written in 1993. This book aired on the PBS series Reading Rainbow in 1994.and#160;
The symphonious companion to Brian Liesand#8217;s bestselling bat books series where the Bats take a break from the Beach, theand#160;Library,and#160;and the Ballgame to strike up the band, celebrate, and share music. A must-have addition to a child's first rhythmic and rhymingand#160;picture book library.
The best-selling story is also an irresistible pop-up book. Six key images from the original hardcover have been converted into elaborate pop-ups; the heartwarming story has been simplified to fit the format but retains its charm and appeal. This exciting new edition comes complete with a separate three-dimensional mobile of Stellaluna!
Stellaluna has been charming picture-book readers for years with its moving tale of a lost little bat who learns a big lesson about friendship. This bestseller has now been adapted as a board book, the perfect format to introduce younger readers to Janell Cannon's enchanting tale and gorgeous art.
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