“Schwartz and Wilensky combine a satisfying tactile experience with a lighthearted lesson on size and color recognition, well-suited for preschoolers.”
“With clever text that recalls 'Put Me in the Zoo
,' this book is one young children will enjoy tugging, er, reading.”
- The New York Times Children’s Book Review
“sturdy, ingenious—and winning,” - Kirkus Reviews
“A lovely book which uses ribbons to illustrate the cute story about a growing snake.” - Kiwi Magazine
Gold Winner National Parenting Publications Awards
“Brilliantly imagined and durably produced, this snake truly is splendid. This is a clever story of a newborn snake whose spots change colors as it grows and grows right before the readers eyes. A wildly exciting book-but watch out. Before you know it, this sweet little snake has grown to be at least a yard long! Fabulous Bookmaking”
2011 PAL Award Winner
"The magic ribbon snake was easily the highlight of the book for kids. A great choice for an interractive read-aloud for your preschooler. . ." -Sherry Artemenko, Play on Words
About the Author
Betty Ann Schwartz and Alexander Wilensky are the authors of What Makes a Rainbow and other children’s novelty books. They are married and live in New York City.
Alexander Wilensky and Betty Ann Schwartz are the authors of What Makes a Rainbow and other children’s novelty books. They are married and live in New York City.