Who hops? Who slithers? Who crawls? This wonderfully vibrant book asks readers to explore these questions in a great interactive style, perfect for reading aloud. Author Davis asks who hops, flies, swims, slithers or crawls, and then ends each sequence with an animal that couldn't possibly move that way. Listeners are then prompted to determine the difference between fact and fiction. Preschoolers will giggle while using their common sense to figure out how certain animals move. The bold, black print and repetitive nature of the story as well as the spectacular illustrations make it easy and fun to read. Davis finishes her story by asking, "Who hops and flies and slithers and swims and crawls? You do." Children are bound to enjoy this delightful book and will learn more about animals along the way. This is a thoughtful, engaging way to get preschoolers excited about the imaginative worlds offered by books and reading.