Baby Animals at the Zoo

Baby Animals at the Zoo

By Kingfisher Books (Manufactured by)

Kingfisher, Board Books, 9780753466902, 14pp.

Publication Date: March 27, 2012


With playful text, and beautiful close-up photography that features baby animals in their natural habitats, this series is an accessible introduction to a wide range of animals and ecosystems.
Kids will love to discover zoo's who in this charming introduction to everyone's favorite zoo babies. Pandas, zebras, monkeys, and a host of colorful critters are all on display. Young readers will love turning the pages to learn who swings through trees, who has a striped tail, and who snuffles for ants as Baby Animals At the Zoo by the editors at Kingfisher helps them expand their knowledge of the animal kingdom one baby animal at a time.

About the Author
Professor Charles Taylor received the U.K.'s Bragg Medal and Prize of Institutional Physics, and the UK's Michael Faraday Award for contributions to the public understanding of science. He has presented lectures on BBC television and has written many science books for children.

Praise For Baby Animals at the Zoo


"In addition to images of big eyes and long snouts, which are always a crowd-pleaser, the text helps define vocabulary words through interesting typography...Both educational and kissable, this may well prompt a visit to the zoo."




"[The] typography reflects the activities described; the word 'climbing' literally reaches up. Bold backgrounds suit this presentation...Toddlers will be hard-pressed to find more adorable animal tykes anywhere."

-Kirkus Review