Thursday, June 20, 2013
The Adventures of Anna ... At The Zoo by D. L. Bentley
The Anna series is an educational adventure series of books for toddlers that first takes Anna and her parents on a trip to the Zoo. The books are informative and interesting books for kids but that parents will enjoy as well. There are many beautiful, engaging and appealing pictures intermingled with the text in a very non-traditional and intriguing format that immediately catches the reader’s attention.
The story is further highlighted with exciting, little-known facts about animals that you would not necessarily learn at a real trip to the zoo. For instance, the word giraffe means camel plus leopard (a big tall camel with spots), that camels eat fish, and that zebra’s stripes are like fingerprints (none are alike).
I received this book as a read and review. You can find it on Amazon for $0.99.
I reviewed it at 4 of 5 stars
I really enjoyed this book. The educational value is very appreciated for children. Picture association increases the educational value for younger kids and adds a bit of fun to the book. My only issue with this book is that the dialogue drags on a bit. But it leaves a personal touch that identifies with children.
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reviewed on June 20th, 2013