african animals ks2 For Kids Book Reviews

UPDATE TIME: 2020-05-27
  ISNB:1617832200  Language:English
Book Introduction:African Animals Series - contents include - Amazing African Animals, Hippopotamus Territory, Jambo! Welcome to Africa!, Take a Closer Look, Watery Days, Mealtime, Social Life, Baby Hippos, Survivors, Masalala! I'll bet you never knew, Important Words, Web Sites, Index.[Read More]
  ISNB:1429648821  Language: English
Latest Reviews: My 6 year old son recently borrowed this book from his school library. The book describes where lions live, how they eat, and how they stay safe. There are large, colorful photographs to go along with the information on each page. [Read More]
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Latest Reviews: this book was mainly about elephants taking care of each other. I really thought this book was good. I recommend this book for little kids that want to learn about this type of stuff like how they live in Africa, use mud as sunscreen, and grow tusks. And in the hot savan......[Read More]
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Latest Reviews: My 6 year old son recently borrowed this book from his school library. The book describes where lions live, how they eat, and how they stay safe. There are large, colorful photographs to go along with the information on each page. [Read More]
  ISNB:0789473577  Language:English
Book Introduction:This Level 1 book is appropriate for children who are just beginning to read. Which animal enjoys breakfast in bed? Which ones eat all the time? Discover how African animals find their food. For children who are just beginning to read and who have a limited vocabulary, these 32-page Level 1 books-ab......[Read More]
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Latest Reviews: I think these illustrations are even more stunning than usual because of all the yellow, especially where it's contrasted with the silhouettes of flying birds. I was seriously dazzled every time I turned a page. Loved that she used black swans, too; they fit better with ......[Read More]
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Latest Reviews: FOLK TALES:This book is a different take on a folk tale. It tells how the zebra got its stripes. The book is recommended for young children ages 4-6. It is a good introduction to folk lore for young children. [Read More]
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Book Introduction:From the I Am A Little... series - a series of delightful books each concentrating on a different animal. The beautiful illustrations make these titles particularly appealing, with just enough detail to draw adults and children alike into the animal's world. In this story, children are introduced to......[Read More]
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Book Introduction:Simba, Pumbaa, Zazu, and other characters from the animated movie, The Lion King, join other African animals as they act out more than twenty different idioms--from the turtles who come out of their shells to the tongue-tied anteaters.[Read More]
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Book Introduction:Lydia Lion Goes Exploring is a collection of fresh and realistic read-aloud stories about a little lion cub discovering her world. Lydia's adventures dramatically create an aura of danger or mishap for young listeners. Lydia is a lot like kids want to be: out there doing their own thing, scary as it......[Read More]
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Latest Reviews: A simple stroy, which seemed a bit too long. I read this to two of my son's last night. They did not lose interest, but it did not provoke any conversation, except my son liked the crocodile (that is part of being a Territorian). There is a large array of animals in this......[Read More]
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Latest Reviews: So many wonderful stories from across the best continent of Africa. Many (most) are from the southern part, as you would expect considering that Nelson Mandela was choosing his favorites. "The Wolf Queen" in particular stood out in my mind, since it showed once again tha......[Read More]
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Book Introduction:This exciting coloring book, documenting the flora and fauna of the African plains, will thrill colorists and nature lovers alike. Forty-one realistic scenes (including four double-page spreads), meticulously researched and accurately rendered by artist Dianne Gaspas-Ettl, depict a variety of wild a......[Read More]
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Latest Reviews: This is a pretty meaty book. I wouldn't recommend choosing it for a bedtime story unless you have a few hours. My 4yo was not interested in it at all but my 6yo kept requesting pages to be read. There was no way I was able to read it in one sitting before bed. She did lo......[Read More]
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Latest Reviews: Anything National Geographic writes is awesome. The kids love it. [Read More]
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Latest Reviews: The forest brush exploded as the elephant cow charged at us wildly, head down, like a giant bulldozer. (Adult female weighing up to 7,125 lbs. and being around 9 feet tall). I started the engine, which will usually stop an elephant, but she didn't even hesitate. I was af......[Read More]
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Latest Reviews: A savanna is a wide open space where the landscape stretches as far as your eyes can see and it’s an amazing sight to behold. I really like learning about the plant and animal life that live in the African Savanna. There was so much to learn about the African Savanna and......[Read More]
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Book Introduction:This is an exciting collection of true stories involving the antics of some of South Africa's best-loved wild animals and family pets. It is a combination of two best sellers: "South African Animal Adventures" and "True African Animal Tales". Retold, especially for young readers, the simple text tel......[Read More]
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Book Introduction:A basic exploration of the appearance, behavior, and habitat of zebras, the striped African horses. Also included is a story from folklore explaining how zebras came to have striped fur. From humpbacked camels to drumming woodpeckers, and from fast-flying hummingbirds to slow-moving tortoises, the w......[Read More]
  ISNB:1602194998  Language:English
Latest Reviews: My 5 month old likes the bright colors and I like how most of the animals and their young look very much like the real animals, with the exception of the rosy cheeks of course. And I like use of words like Joey and Fawn. Why do the pandas live in a zoo though? ......[Read More]

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