Wild Tracks!

Wild Tracks! – book review and giveaway

You might have noticed my first Jim Arnosky book review and giveaway for Slither and Crawl on Saturday. Today I’m sharing another of his books, Wild Tracks! which offers a guide to animal footprints for children.

Wild Tracks!

Wild Tracks! again features Jim’s colourful illustrations and includes information on mammals, birds and reptiles.

Wild Tracks!

There are four fold-out pages showing life size footprints of different animals.  This has caused much hilarity and Monkey has compared his own feet to the various animals. We’ve compared toes, size and shapes and discussed which animals he has seen in the wild and in zoos.

We’ve talked about going on a bear hunt and how Monkey would now know what their footprints would look like.  Wild Tracks! even shows him the difference in tracks between a running and walking bear, although I’d certainly not want to see their tracks in the woods around here!

Wild Tracks!

This is another lovely nature book to add to our reference collection and priced at £5.99, another bargain.  My Amazon Affiliate link is shown below for your reference.

disclaimer:  we were sent this item in exchange for an honest review.


I’ve been given 3 copies of Wild Tracks! to offer as prizes to my readers, so please complete the Gleam form below for your chance to win.  Good luck!


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Only the first step of this form is mandatory, all other steps are optional. Only one entry per person is allowed.

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Once a winner is randomly picked, I will check if the winner has done what was requested and I will contact them, if they do not reply within one week, the prize will be allocated to another person.

The giveaway will close on 30th November 2015 at midnight.

Wild Tracks! book

76 thoughts on “Wild Tracks! – book review and giveaway

  1. I’d love to re-create the footprints of a tiger, there is a small zoo near us that has recently got tigers, so it would panic everyone!

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