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ZooBorns!: Zoo Babies from Around the World Hardcover – October 19, 2010
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"The engaging up-close-and-personal photos will draw children into the book, and the text and extras provide good factual material to satisfy curious readers."--School Library Journal
"Agonizingly adorable photographs of newborn animals steal the spotlight in this introduction to a baby fox, hyena, tiger, mongoose, and more.."--Publishers Weekly
"Cutest Book Ever!"--Wired.com
"Animal Babies Make Conservation Cute." (The Seattle Times)
"ZooBorns pulls off the difficult task of being cute and interesting for people of all ages while also being informative. Many books seek this lofty goal but most fail."--Seattle Post Intelligencer
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The photographs are quite good and almost more "portrait-esque" while still focusing on the specific creatureality (a term coined by the fabulous animal adventurer Kratt Brothers, Chris and Martin, tv series "Kratts Creatures" and "Be the Creature" - highly highly highly recommended! Though, for a slightly older audience than this book's target age range).
I didn't read all of the back matter, but it does go into each animal with a little more detail, both on the species and the individual animal (where it's from, where it's currently residing, etc.)
All in all a very cute book and a visual delight!!
***REGARDING THE OTHER ZOOBORN BOOK***
Please be aware that this book contains many - most - of the same pictures/animals in the other ZooBorns book (with the fennec fox on the cover). I almost purchased this book thinking it was the same set up as the "fox" book but with a different collection of animals and pictures. Instead, where the other book is smaller and with a wider variety of text and pictures, this book is larger and definitely more "kid focused" in text and structure. Both are great, but be aware that the pictures are going to be similar. Though, you will get more pictures in the other book.
Great to stimulate a baby's senses, teach everyone a little about animals, and give parents an enjoyable read!
A great way to introduce the idea of conservation in a positive way.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I love these pictures. Who doesn't live Zoo Borns? So adorable and interesting.Published 13 months ago by Haley Burke
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 17 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 19 months ago by Richard L. Barlow
Very clever with names and species of animals that are rather unusual. Our 2-year-old grandson loved it so much, he memorized it. Read morePublished on November 17, 2013 by Elizabeth Tumbas
We sent this book to our grand daughter in Ohio. She is two and one half. Our son said the book rated a 4 or 5 so I'm giving it a 5.Published on March 19, 2013 by Helen Flanner
My granddaughter loves these books and was thrilled to have them. They are very educational and she loves animals very much!Published on February 27, 2013 by Trish
Yes, baby animals are cute but I hoped for a little more depth on each species or even the particular animal pictured.Published on February 10, 2013 by Alec Schrader
This book is not bad, but it's not nearly as nice as other ZooBorn books I've seen. The ZooBorn ABC book is wonderful, and so is the Zooborn: Newest, Custest... Read morePublished on September 14, 2012 by EcoDesigner