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Book cover of “Sandy Feet! Whose Feet?” by Susan Wood.
Footprints at the shore
“Sandy Feet! Whose Feet? Footprints
at the Shore” by Susan Wood, illustrated
by Steliyana Doneva
c.2019, Sleeping Bear Press
$16.99 / $21.99 Canada
The sand feels funny,
squishing between your
It sticks to the bottom
of your feet, the bottom
of your hands, and the
bottom of your swimsuit,
and it’s fun to leave
footprints in it, so you can
see where you’ve been. It’s
always a good day when
you’re at the beach, but
in “Sandy Feet! Whose
Feet?” by Susan Wood,
illustrated by Steliyana Doneva, who
else is there with you?
It’s sunny, the water’s warm, and
yay! You’re at the beach. The waves are
perfect for splashing and the sand is
wet in some places and dry in others.
Who could resist making all kinds of
Not the dog, whose fat, furry paws
make footprints in the sand. You can
see his toe-marks and his clawprints as
he runs around and splashes.
A sandpiper is a bird that lives at the
beach and he runs back and forth on his
quick little legs. He jumps and skips and
you can see his toes in the sand, too,
but they’re very small. The sandpiper’s
footprints are from little bird feet.
The seagull, another bird, also leaves
footprints on the sand.
If you watch over the water, you
might see a pelican, as he dives for
dinner. He’s a hungry guy, ready for a
few fishy snacks.
Over there, right at the edge of shore,
you can see a footprint that looks like
someone dragged their feet. That’s the
print of the crab, who “scuttles on its
way” back to the water.
Watch out for his claws!
The footprints that look a
little like a star are from a
starfish who doesn’t want
to be caught — and that
other shuffle-mark is a
turtle who might be ready
to make her nest. Baby
turtles are the cutest!
Pretty soon, it’s the end
of the day and almost time
to go home — but wait.
Look at those long prints
with five little round toes.
Who do you think made
those footprints in the
Author Susan Wood.
The towels, toys, swimsuits and
sunscreen are all piled up and ready to
go. So are the kids; they’re so excited,
they can barely sleep and “Sandy Feet!
Whose Feet” is the perfect pre-vacation,
Inside this book, author Susan Wood
offers a simple rhyme that’s short on
words and light on action, and illustrator
Steliyana Doneva matches the tone with
muted colors in her drawings. That
means a quieter, more relaxing story
for your little beachcomber, but it’s one
they’ll remember as soon as they hit
Wood’s tale gives kids something to
do while it imparts a different sort of
lesson: they’re subtly challenged here to
look for marks in the sand made by the
beach’s wildlife. More importantly, the
children inside this book are respectful
of the water and are shown having fun
and being safe.