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The Burgess Animal Book for Children (Dover Children's Classics) Paperback – September 10, 2004
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Top Customer Reviews
I lived without Reddy Fox for a year, reading Black Stallion books instead. By fifth grade-- even without Mrs. Goble's eagle eye--I was reading everything I could lay my hands on. But Reddy still came home with me until sixth grade. I stopped only because the new junior high opened.
Now my granddaughter will have a chance to meet my friends. Give your child the opportunity as well.
Kim L., a former children's librarian, school librarian, and preschool teacher.
My 4 yr old has recently become interested in longer chapter books and she is completely engrossed in these stories. The animals all have fun names and conversations with each other but the author sneaks in tons of real factual information.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
My young son learned about the animal world right alongside Peter Rabbit. Old Mother Nature in this delightful book teaches the little folk of the Green Meadow animal... Read morePublished 7 days ago by Little Nun
Thornton Burgess' writing is ageless. I read his books as a child in the 1960's and read them to children in the 2000's. Read morePublished 15 days ago by MaryAW
We have enjoyed the Burgess animal books and bird book. They are not what I expected, a little long and somewhat slow, but a good read for nature loving kids.Published 3 months ago by Kware
Ahhh Burgess books. They are classics. These books are filled with facts about animals, written in story form. True "living books. Read morePublished 6 months ago by pepperlarue
What a wonderful way to learn about the animals of North America. My children, aged 7 & 5 loved it and learned so much about the habitats and habits of many animals!Published 8 months ago by Patricia Taylor