Animalogy: Animal Analogies By Marianne Berkes

Animalogy: Animal Analogies
Marianne Berkes
Sylvan Dell Publishing (2011)
ISBN 9781607181378
Reviewed by Cayden Aures (age 7) for Reader Views (9/11)

“Animalogy: Animal Analogies” is about analogies.  I didn’t know what these were before I read the book.  One of them that they say is, for a robin, they have a wing, and a fish has a fin.  They take things from different animals and show how they are like each other.  That is what an analogy is.

“Animalogy: Animal Analogies” is a good learning book about animals and analogies.  I like the part at the end when they say to think of analogies and they give you things to use in the ones you make.


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