This is another tale that helps kids think about the power of human-animal friendships and it even touches on themes of adoption. This story is told from the perspective of Gamba , a young mountain gorilla whose family is teaching him to survive in the wild. Unfortunately, tragedy strikes and he is rescued by humans who take on the responsibility of caring for him.
Mountain gorillas are extremely endangered animals and this tale acts as a great teaching opportunity to show kids how human actions can impact wildlife. Although human interactions may have lead Gamba to a point where he needed rescuing, the story also shows how when kind humans step in to lend a hand things can change for the better. This is the perfect read for a little Jane Goodall in the making. Unfortunately, in her pursuit to be near more animals, he comes across creatures caged at the zoo and becomes very sad for them. Eventually, the little boy gains courage and uses his voice to help them by creating a jaguar preserve.
This fantastic tale shows children that their voices and actions can have an impact on the world! These stories are only a few possibilities to help teach children compassion for animals as well as other humans. You must be logged in to post a comment. This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed. Get thousands of vegan, allergy-friendly recipes in the palm of your hands today!
Get your favorite articles delivered right to your inbox! Support OneGreenPlanet X. Support OneGreenPlanet Being publicly-funded gives us a greater chance to continue providing you with high quality content. Young readers will love learning the moral behind the text in this appealing book. FHST Toddlers. With its shaped cover, this charming board book retells the much-loved story of the hare and the tortoise.
This simple retelling of the traditional story will help children learn all about the moral behind the text. Farmyard Friends Collection - 20 Books Collection. Children will love this fun-filled collection of 20 stories presented in an adorable barn-shaped box. All of the books are slightly different sizes so when they are inserted into the box, they make a delightful roof for the barn!
Other stories follow Titus the goat with a troublesome tooth; Chicken Licken; and Posy the nosy pig. DGLI Toddlers. This delightful series from bestselling author Debi Gliori is about Alfie the rabbit and his experiences in the garden, bath and woods! With beautiful watercolour illustrations and a lovable main character, these endearing stories are able to capture the irrepressible imagination of children and are perfect reads for toddlers.services.mwanzoni.com/parlons-talysh-azerbadjan-iran-french-edition.php
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In the first story, Alfie is out in the garden and starts to imagine that he's in the jungle as a lion, an elephant and a little bird. In the second story, Alfie goes from splashing around in the bath to imagining an amazing deep-sea adventure. And in the third story, Alfie imagines himself as all sorts of woodland creatures whilst on a walk through the woods! BNGF Toddlers. Bing Collection - 5 Books Collection. Five brilliant picture books based on the Emmy award-winning TV series about the everyday adventures of Bing - a lovable, curious, playful bunny, whose life doesn't always go to plan!
A selection of exuberant picture books for children to read aloud with glee! These boisterous books have rhythmic, funny text that is an absolute joy to share with little ones. All of the stories have repetitive and flowing text that children will love to join in with on repeated reads. Whether you're buying picture books to give out as party bag treats or want a bumper selection to choose from at your own child's storytime, this is the collection for you.
Lucy Cousins' bold Hooray for Fish! WHMK Babies. Where's Mrs Kangaroo? Other Ingela P Arrhenius. This brilliant board book has easy-to-grasp, shaped felt flaps and instantly appealing artwork. The repetitive text makes it a joy to read aloud and share with toddlers. Everybody look left, everybody look right Simba and co are back in the spotlight with Disney's remake of the animated classic, The Lion King.
This companion picture book retells the Hamlet-inspired story with gorgeous artwork and flowing text as Simba attempts to overcome the tragic scheming of his uncle and take his rightful place as king of the Pride Lands. It's sure to become a much-loved favourite with any fans of both the original and new film over the coming months.
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This book is full of beautiful illustrations of baby animals on one page and them with their families on the offer. It's a tactile experience and perfect for loving families to read together. All Hedgehog wants is a hug but he's just too prickly for any of his animal friends; Tortoise also needs a cuddle but he has a hard shell What will the two of them do? This gorgeous little book by Eoin McLaughlin and Polly Dunbar follows the two adorable animals as they head off in search of the perfect hug.
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Each character's story is told in the two-way book and there will be so many smiles when they eventually meet - and hug - in the middle pages! Paddington Suitcase Paperback Michael Bond. There may be some a child will never remember; there may even be some the adult will never remember! This book has minimal text. The entertainment of your child is provided by the pictures and the names of the babies, several of which will be quite funny sounding, even through numerous repetitions of reading the book aloud.
The quality photography is sufficient to keep YOU interested as you read it to your child. I highly recommend this book for your children. This author has several other books available; I am confident they are as well-conceived and executed as is this one. The combination of colour cartoon drawings of the adult animals and colour photographs of the equivalent baby animals works very well. The sentences are short and easy to read or learn, ideal for animal loving beginners. Like some of the other reviewers, I didn't know some of the names either!
They are simple, illustrations very appealing to children, and not too long to lose a child's interest. However, I feel the dog illustration reflecting a growling, threatening dog should be changed to a more friendly dog. But other than that, it's a very inviting book. Aug 18, Donna Maguire rated it really liked it Shelves: childrens-books , natural-history , books-read , kindle-read.
This is quite a fun book and easy for children to follow and you can test them after to see if they have remembered the names giving them an added incentive to learn. Jul 20, Selwa rated it did not like it Shelves: childrens , picture-books. Man, I wish I knew what was going through my head 5 years ago when I saw this freebie and decided to go for it.
I didn't have kids then, I don't have kids now, but there it was, in my list of content and devices! So, I think this is a topic covered better in other books.
You wanna know what the babies of any species are called? Wikipedia that shit! The pictures of said baby animals are cute, but you can google image that shit! As for the pictures of adult animals, they're just bad illustrations. Maybe they were done with Microsoft paint, I don't know. It's okay for a free ebook I guess, but you could buy better. The book offers a collection of photographs and illustrations of animals and their young, encouraging children to guess the special name for each kind of baby animals.
I Love Baby Animals is a good concept, and my kids love animals so I thought this book would be a hit. However, I was disappointed in the cartoonish illustrations of the adult animals. The photographs of the baby animals were wonderful, as was the opportunity for my children to guess each name and learn a little something about each of the animals included. Illustrations of every style can be beautiful and well done, but here I felt like they were very amateurish.
I Love Baby Animals is great for introducing new vocabulary and for pictures of cute baby animals most of which you can find online. However, the combination of cartoony illustrations and photographs just did not work for me. Fun and informative children's books with good pictures. I would recommend it to teachers, parents, etc. A very colorful children's book about many interesting animals and what they are called as babies. This will be asked for to be read over and over again.
Makes me wish I still had a little one at home. Absolutely adorable. Asks the question "What are baby animals called? Nice to Learn about Baby Animals. Baby animal pics cute. Some adult animal pics scary.
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Nov 15, Eileen Carter rated it really liked it Shelves: books-read-in This story is wonderful for children of all ages to look and learn about animals. It is written in a way that children can easily understand. I read this e-book with my grandchildren. Sep 29, Amy rated it it was amazing.
Smart This books teaches children the names of baby animals and some of what they can do and cannot do when they are born. Nov 29, Katie Bourquine rated it liked it Shelves: abc-beginning. So cute! Great for Kindergarten or Pre-K students to relate animal lives to human ones. I was tricked. They picked the cutest baby animal and put it on the cover. But no. I've already seen the best , on the cover. I didn't like the combo of cartoons and photos. Also the very first picture which shows a little boy with his mother and brand new baby sister is I was tricked.
Also the very first picture which shows a little boy with his mother and brand new baby sister is creepy! Not a good start.
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