Nostrapotamus The Know-it-All and the Critters of Woodlot Meadow The story of a hippopotamus, a duck, a rabbit, a bird, a snake, a raccoon, a porcupine, a fish and an elephant.

Nostrapotamus The Know-it-All and the Critters of Woodlot Meadow The story of a hippopotamus, a duck, a rabbit, a bird, a snake, a raccoon, a porcupine, a fish and an elephant.

by David Moses

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Overview

In this adorable tale children will learn many valuable lessons about courage, sharing, being nice, being yourself and so much more.

Reading this to your children will help in their understanding of these important values and help them work through some doubts of their own. The story taps into lots of normal fears and struggles young children deal with or will deal with day to day.

The story centers around "Nostrapotamus", a wise old Hippopotamus who sees into the future and tells his animal friends what lessons they should learn from his visions.

Everyone, including Nostrapotamus, will learn their own very valuable lesson.

The Critters of Woodlot Meadow include, "Toola" the cocky toucan, "Buttercup" the shy porcupine, "Scraps" the reliable but grumpy raccoon, "Ish" the easy going fish, "Nate" the cute and lovable snake, "Diver" the goofy duck, "Seashell" the sweet vulnerable elephant, and "Haywire" the zaney rabbit.

Product Details

BN ID: 2940151622776
Publisher: catonstrat.com
Publication date: 06/03/2015
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
File size: 15 MB
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Age Range: 3 - 5 Years

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Nostrapotamus The Know-it-All and the Critters of Woodlot Meadow The story of a hippopotamus, a duck, a rabbit, a bird, a snake, a raccoon, a porcupin 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
DrDiana More than 1 year ago
Cute book with a good lesson. Loved the illustrations. A fun read for story telling with the kids.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
As a former teacher I would have liked to have had this book in my library for my students.  It's uniqueness makes it very special.  Not only does it have strong visual appeal with it's illustrations, but the story line has life lessons that can easily be a spring board for many good discussions.   The characters represent emotions and actions everyone can relate to.  Whether reading this to your own child or grandchild or in a classroom I would highly recommend this book.