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“These are hands down the cutest books ever to grace my shelf. For those who need a surge of oxytocin, it’s impossible to pick up either one without smiling ear to ear.”
"Page after page of baby tigers, otters, penguins, and apes so overbearingly adorable it hurts just to look at them.”
“Zooborns pulls off the difficult task of being cute and interesting for people of all ages while also being informative.”
“The book’s 150 pages is barely enough to contain the sickening cuteness of dozens of snuggly young animals. . . a book rich in both content and visually stunning photography.”
Andrew Bleiman is a lifelong animal nerd who graduated from the University of Pennsylvania with a degree in English Literature and a yet to be recognized minor in Baby Animalogy. He attributes his fascination with zoology and conservation to monthly childhood trips to the Wildlife Conservation Society’s Bronx Zoo. He lives in Seattle with his wife, Lillian, and daughter, Avery.
Chris Eastland is a classically trained artist and freelance designer who studied and taught at the Charles H. Cecil Studios in Florence, Italy. Chris was formerly the Photography Editor for Quest Magazine. He lives in Brooklyn, New York with his girlfriend, Emilie, their cat Georgie, and their dog Holden.
This book is so stinking cute, I enjoyed it as much as my kids! Visitors of all ages like looking through it, too.Published 4 months ago by Kat S
My 7-year-old niece brought this home from her school library. I instantly ordered it for my year-old goddaughter. Both girls love it. Read morePublished 8 months ago by K. Crane
Nice book, packed with unusual animals you don't often encounter. It was MUCH too long to be a story book. I didn't realize how long it would be. Read morePublished 9 months ago by ButterRum
My 1.5 year old daughter loves these books so much that I bought all of them. But even she notices that some of the photos are recycled.Published 11 months ago by C. Tuck
I had hoped for more, but for small children it would be a good diversion. I will likely give mine to a kid.Published 14 months ago by Richard L. Barlow