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Can You Do This, Old Badger? (Little Badger"s Adventures)

by Eve Bunting

  • 315 Want to read
  • 29 Currently reading

Published by Turtleback Books Distributed by Demco Media .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Animals - Mammals,
  • Family - Multigenerational,
  • Social Issues - New Experience,
  • Children"s 4-8 - Picturebooks

  • Edition Notes

    ContributionsLeUyen Pham (Illustrator)
    The Physical Object
    FormatUnknown Binding
    Number of Pages26
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL9656180M
    ISBN 100606303979
    ISBN 109780606303972

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Can You Do This, Old Badger? (Little Badger"s Adventures) by Eve Bunting Download PDF EPUB FB2

There are lots of things Little Badger can do that Old Badger can't manage to do very well anymore. But Old Badger can still show Little Badger a few tricks to teach him how to become a badger extraordinaire--like how to catch fish, where to find worms, and how to get 5/5(2). Little Badger is always asking Old Badger if he can do a variety of things like jump, somersault and hang from a tree.

While Old Badger can't do many of those things very well anymore due to his age, he does manage to teach Little Badger Can You Do This few things about eating, staying safe and being happy/5.

EVE BUNTING is the author of the Caldecott Medal-winning Smoky Night as well as two other books about Little Bunting's many honors include the prestigious Kerlan Award for her body of work. She lives in Southern California. LEUYEN PHAM graduated from Art Center College of Design in Pasadena, is the illustrator of Piggies in a Polka by Kathi Appelt, Before I Was Your 5/5(2).

Little Badger asks Old Badger if he can jump, roll, or climb trees like he can, but Old Badger cannot. Instead, he shows Little Badger where to find earthworms and honey, and how to clean claws and catch fish.

Little Badger is impressed, and wonders how Old Badger knows so much. Old Badger tells him that someday Little Badger will teach a little badger everything he knows.2/5. Old Badger is not able to do some of the things that Little Badger can, but Old Badger teaches Little Badger others skills that he has learned from growing up.

SAVE TO LIST Other Books You Might Like. There are lots of things Little Badger can do that Old Badger can't manage to do very well anymore. But Old Badger can still show Little Badger a few tricks to teach him how to become a badger extraordinaire--like how to catch fish, where to find worms, Can You Do This how to get to the honey before the bees get to you.

Old badgers are supposed to teach little badgers, he says. It's all part of the plan--and so. There are lots of things Little Badger can do that Old Badger can't manage to do very well anymore.

But Old Badger can still show Little Badger a few tricks to teach him how to become a badger extraordinaire--like how to catch fish, where to find worms, and how to get to the honey before the bees get to you. When Little Badger proudly shows off his ability to jump, roll down the hill and climb trees, he says, ""It's sad that you are old now and can't do many things."".

Can You Do This, Old Badger. (Little Badger's Adventures) by Eve Bunting. Published April by Turtleback Books Distributed by Demco Media. Written in English. Can You Do This, Old Badger. Written by Eve Bunting Illustrated by LeUyen Pham It was the time between sunset and dark.

Old Badger and Little Badger walked along the forest path. Little Badger jumped a little jump. "Can you do this, Old Badger?" "I can but not very well," Old Badger said. "I used to be a good jumper. But now my legs are stiff. Although Old Badger cannot do some things as easily as he used to, he can still teach Little Badger the many things he knows about finding good things to eat and staying safe and happy.

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Some can be centuries old, as can the regular paths badgers use above ground. Family groups live together in setts, typically of around six badgers. Setts have a number of rooms or ‘chambers’ some for sleeping in others for having young in.

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Just to confuse us, foxes will use old badger setts (and enlarge old rabbit holes) so their dens can be tricky to recognise.

A couple of years ago I even had a family of foxes, complete with cubs, living in one of the unused holes of the main badger sett I watched, and the foxes and badgers seemed to get along fine as neighbours. Badgers are animals briefly mentioned in How to Train Your Dragon Book series.

Badgers are squat omnivorous mammals related to weasels, otters, and wolverines. They have short well-muscled legs for digging, and usually long faces and short, rounded ears. Most species have grey or brown coloration, often with black and white facial markings.

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It is difficult to get hold of, but if you want to know all there is to know about badgers, this is the one to get.

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There are bright pictures and textured patches to stroke on every page, specially designed to develop sensory and language awareness in little children.The badger is the emblem of the Hufflepuff house of the Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry in the J.

K. Rowling's Harry Potter book series (–), it is chosen as such because the badger is an animal that is often underestimated, because it lives quietly until attacked, but which, when provoked, can fight off animals much larger Class: Mammalia.