Polar bears have furry feet to keep from slipping on the ice. Ducks have webbed feet so they can go fast in the water. Organized as a fun guessing game, this book presents close-up illustrations of nine sets of animal feet and asks in large, bold text, "Who has these feet?" Foot features of all kinds are represented — everything from the sticky, leaf-gripping pads of tree frogs to the curved claws of ants that are so good for digging. Brief text describes how each animal's feet are perfectly adapted to its way of life. A great pick to read aloud to a group or to share one-on-one, this is early nonfiction at its most engaging.