Synopses & Reviews
Spot, the chameleon-like leopard star of Put Me in the Zoo, is through with life in the zoo. And with changing his spots, too. Now he’s into changing his shape, and he wants to be somebody new! But as Spot soon discovers, it’s not easy being as big as an elephant or as tall as a giraffe or as small as a mouse. In fact, sometimes it’s easiest just being yourself, as he— and young readers—learn in this cheerful, rhyming Beginner Book about self-acceptance.
Illus. in full color. The polka-dot leopard Spot from Put Me in the Zoo returns. "Spot changes from elephant to giraffe to mouse, trying to find a new identity, but discovers that every animal shape has its drawbacks. This intelligent, cheerful sequel, with its simple rhyming text, lives up to the reputation of its predecessor."--Publishers Weekly.
About the Author
Robert Lopshire was the illustrator of numerous children’s books. He died in 2002.