Synopses & Reviews
Big brown bats rush off on their nightly hunt, but one stays behind to have a baby.
As summer turns to fall, the baby bat grows bigger. He learns to fly, then to hunt. Soon he has fattened himself up for the long winter ahead, when hell hibernate until the spring sun returns once more. Big Brown Bat is a 2009 Bank Street - Best Children's Book of the Year.
"A solid addition to elementary and preschool libraries."—Kirkus
About the Author
RICK CHRUSTOWSKI is the author/illustrator of several books about animals and their life cycles. He lives and works in an old farmhouse on a hill in Wisconsin.