In the children's book Stranger in the Woods, by Carl R. Sams and Jean Stoick, is about a stranger that appears that catches the interest of all of the forest animals. In the beginning of the story, all of the animals are told that there is a stranger in the woods. Each animal gets a little bit nervous, so they decide that they need to investigate. When they finally see the animal, they all argue over who is going to get a closer look. Find out what happens when the animals look at the stranger in the woods.
This book is a great book to read to kindergartners. The book does a great job at giving the animals human-like qualities. Something that I really enjoyed is the pictures. All of the pictures in the story are photographs. With each photograph, the authors give their own interpretation of what is going on, and it really makes a great story. This is one of those books that could be used either during the winter months, or even when a teacher is introducing wildlife. I really recommend this book to be used in the classroom.