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Books with title Corduroy at the Zoo

  • Corduroy at the Zoo

    Don Freeman, B. G. Hennessy, Lisa McCue (Illustrator)

    Hardcover (Viking Juvenile, Feb. 19, 2001)
    When a little bear decides to visit the local zoo, he learns a lot about the animals who live there, in an informative tale with lift-the-flaps and full-color illustrations.
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  • Corduroy at the Zoo

    B. G. Hennessy, Don Freeman, Lisa McCue

    Hardcover (Scholastic Inc, March 15, 2001)
    Corduroy and his friends are taking a trip to the zoo-and you're invited to join them. As Don Freeman's lovable bear leads the way, discover clever surprises hidden by flaps on every page. Find the mischievous monkeys playing hide-and-seek in the Jungle Walk, or spot the wombats in the Australia exhibit. Visit lions, giraffes, parrots, and crocodiles too. Also, learn fun facts about different species, just like you do at a real zoo. With three to four flaps per page, this book promises a fun-filled, interactive read every time.
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  • AT THE ZOO

    Paul Simon

    Hardcover (Doubleday, Aug. 1, 1991)
    A light and tumble journey across town to the zoo can bring encounters with the honest monkeys, kindly elephants, and skeptical orangutans.
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  • At the Zoo

    David M. Schwartz, Dwight Kuhn

    Paperback (Creative Teaching Pr, Jan. 1, 1997)
    Introduces, in simple text and photographs, the characteristics of some of the animals that can be found at the zoo. Includes a tiger, peacock, lion, elephant, camel, parrot, and zebra.
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  • At The Zoo

    Paul Simon

    language (iPicturebooks, June 4, 2013)
    EDITORIAL REVIEW:A light and tumble journey across town to the zoo can bring encounters with the honest monkeys, kindly elephants, and skeptical orangutans.
  • Troy at the Zoo

    September Lundeen, Natalie Lundeen

    Paperback (Independently published, Jan. 5, 2020)
    A young boy's imagination runs wild as he waits for his zookeeper dad to come back from feeding the tiger. What could have happened to him? What tricks are those zoo animals up to? The story concludes with a sweet surprise, and the playful illustrations are sure to delight animal lovers of all ages.
  • At the Zoo

    Cathy Beylon

    Paperback (Dover Publications, Oct. 9, 2002)
    These large, easy-to-color pictures invite youngsters to accompany a young family on an outing to the zoo — where they'll see an elephant, a bison, a tiger, a male and female lion with their cub, and a mother giraffe and her baby, among other creatures.They'll also watch as members of the zoo staff feed seals and a baby hippopotamus, and they'll observe a giant turtle from an unusual ground-level viewing area.
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  • At The Zoo

    Clever Publishing, Svetlana Shendrik

    Board book (Clever Publishing, Feb. 5, 2019)
    With panoramic illustrations on each spread and appealing recurring characters, our classic Look & Find format is now available to the youngest readers. These imaginative books welcome curious toddlers to experience adventures in familiar places - the park, the zoo, and the city. Short texts with stimulating questions are expertly designed for young readers, making this series a great introduction to animals, objects, situations, and everyday events. The colorful illustrations are large enough for a curious toddler to find. Kids will find 4 hidden objects on each spread and learn many new words. The format is the perfect size for toddlers!
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  • At the Zoo

    Czeena Devera

    eBook (Cherry Blossom Press, Feb. 1, 2019)
    At the Zoo explores the familiar sights and animals a reader might find at the zoo. The book utilizes curriculum based text to get children comfortable with reading and uses the Whole Language approach to literacy, a combination of sight words and repetition builds recognition and confidence. Bold, colorful animal photographs correlate directly to text to help guide readers through the book. Book includes author biography and teaching guides.
  • At The Zoo

    Karen Mitzo Hilderbrand, Kim Mitzo Thompson

    eBook (Twin Sisters IP, LLC., April 28, 2015)
    Children love to visit the zoo to see all of the animals. Now children can walk through the zoo and count from one to ten with lions, monkeys, elephants, kangaroos and more! Young readers will recognize word patterns and find it easy to read along to this vibrantly-illustrated book. And, aspiring mathematicians will count from one to ten and start to recognize number words, too! Learn simple Spanish words and phrases with the corresponding version En El Zoológico.
  • Troy at the Zoo

    September Lundeen, Natalie Lundeen

    Paperback (Natalie Lundeen, Feb. 17, 2020)
    A young boy's imagination runs wild as he waits for his zookeeper dad to come back from feeding the tiger. What could have happened to him? What tricks are those zoo animals up to? The story concludes with a sweet surprise, and the playful illustrations are sure to delight animal lovers of all ages.
  • At the Zoo

    Spencer Brinker

    Library Binding (Bearport Pub Co Inc, Jan. 1, 2019)
    Look around the zoo! What do you spy? This title uses a repetitive sentence pattern and strong visual cues to help young readers discover wonderful things at the zoo. This book features repetitive and predictable text and incorporates high-frequency and familiar sight words. Children just learning how to read will love these colorful and engaging nonfiction books.
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