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Books with title My Book of Wild Animals

  • My Book of Mazes: Animals

    Kumon

    Paperback (Kumon Publishing North America, Aug. 1, 2006)
    My Book of Mazes: Animals is in the 'Basic Skills Workbooks for Pre-K' series designed for ages 4-6. Perfect for children who are starting to play with pencils and crayons, use this workbook to help children gain firm pencil skills and spatial reasoning ability while having fun with unique animal mazes. Exercises include drawing a line from one point to another. Self-directed, Kumon workbooks are designed to nurture good study habits for students who need remedial or enrichment work.
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  • Wild Animals!: Book 5

    Laurent Richard, Nicolas Ryser

    language (Graphic Universe TM, Aug. 1, 2014)
    The student has become the teacher. Tao is showing his little brother how to take care of bullies. He's also teaching his cat some ninja attacks! Meanwhile, a new kid has arrived at Master Snow's school—and she has a crush on Tao! With so much going on, how will Tao find time to goof off?
  • My Little Book of Animals

    Roger Priddy

    Board book (Priddy Books US, April 3, 2018)
    With bright pictures and simple labels, My Little Book of Animals will make a fabulous addition to your child's early learning library. This classic, Priddy title is a step on from a first words book and will help your toddler to develop their vocabulary and strengthen their language skills. With colorful photographs of animals your child will recognize, labeled simply and clearly, there is plenty for toddlers to explore in this engaging board book. The rainbow-colored, stepped edges make it easy for little hands to turn the page and encourages toddlers to discover each section.Also available: My Little Book of Words.
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  • My First Book of ABC With Animals

    R. A. Sumon

    language (, April 22, 2020)
    My First Book of ABC With Animals by R. A. Sumon is a great alphabet learning book for infant, babies and toddlers. The book is contains incredible cartoon-like illustration of the animals with uppercase and lowercase letters are very attractive to the children and they will learn the alphabets easily. Also the vivid images provide the view of the habitation of these animals so kids can get an idea of those animal's natural dwellings. It is the perfect ABC learning book for kids up to 5 years of age.
  • My First Book Of Wild Animals: First Board Book

    Wonder House Books

    Board book (Wonder House Books, April 25, 2018)
    The perfect first picture board book for your child to learn about wild animals. Well researched pictures will help your baby to identify the wild animals, build vocabulary and improve observation skills.
  • Big Book of Animals

    Penelope Arlon

    eBook (Scholastic Inc., June 27, 2017)
    Did you know that polar bears have black skin underneath their white fur or that a giraffe's legs are taller than the average adult human?From the highest mountains to the deepest oceans, the chilly Arctic to the hot grasslands, young readers will go wild as they discover the amazing creatures that roam the Earth. This giftable hardcover features hundreds of stunning photographs and fun facts about more than fifty wild animals. Children will delight in learning about animals with the help of the hilarious LEGO(R) minifigures. There are also mini comic strips, jokes, and building ideas all filled with the trademark LEGO(R) humor.The LEGO(R) nonfiction series is exceptional as it combines the world's most powerful toy brand with the most trusted name in children's publishing.
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  • My First Book of Wild Animals

    National Wildlife Federation

    Board book (Charlesbridge, Feb. 11, 2014)
    A snowy owl flying, a giant panda climbing, a huge gray whale emerging from the waves: See these beautiful animals in the wild, where they belong. These amazing photos from the archives of the National Wildlife Federation showcase a menagerie of marvelous creatures. Children will look wide-eyed at a herd of wildebeests rushing through water; a mama brown bear attending to her adorable cubs; a smiling alligator, its powerful jaws opened wide; adult elephants protectively surrounding their young; and more. While enjoying their close-up look at this wonderful world of wildlife, kids will gain an early and lifelong appreciation for the marvelous creatures who also call Earth home.
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  • Wild Animals!: Book 5

    Laurent Richard, Nicolas Ryser

    Paperback (Graphic Universe TM, Aug. 1, 2014)
    The student has become the teacher. Tao is showing his little brother how to take care of bullies. He's also teaching his cat some ninja attacks! Meanwhile, a new kid has arrived at Master Snow's school―and she has a crush on Tao! With so much going on, how will Tao find time to goof off?
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  • Big Book of Animals

    Scholastic

    Hardcover (Scholastic Inc., Feb. 28, 2017)
    Did you know that polar bears have black skin underneath their white fur or that a giraffe's legs are taller than the average adult human?From the highest mountains to the deepest oceans, the chilly Arctic to the hot grasslands, young readers will go wild as they discover the amazing creatures that roam the Earth. This giftable hardcover features hundreds of stunning photographs and fun facts about more than fifty wild animals. Children will delight in learning about animals with the help of the hilarious LEGO(R) minifigures. There are also mini comic strips, jokes, and building ideas all filled with the trademark LEGO(R) humor.The LEGO(R) nonfiction series is exceptional as it combines the world's most powerful toy brand with the most trusted name in children's publishing.
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  • My Big Book of Wild Animals

    San Diego Zoo

    Paperback (WorthyKids, Aug. 9, 2007)
    Here is a wealth of information and facts in an easy-to-use and friendly format. There are no long pargraphs for kids to wade through. Instead, scientific information is presented in short blocks attracttively arranged on the pages with color photos of animals. Here are basic facts on each animal, such as height, weight, location, and habitat. Here also are fun facts. From cover to cover, this book is full of facts, packed with photos, but absolutely fun to read and look at. Kids of all ages will use this big book for school reports and for browsing. Parents who want to help their child in science will love this book as much as the kids. And the San Diego Zoo logo gives authority to the text.
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  • My book of WILD ANIMALS

    Simon Wheeler

    language (Simon Wheeler, June 12, 2013)
    In this book, children will discover all different kinds of wild animals. The book includes amazing photographs and facts of 20 favorite animals from around the world - LEOPARD, GIRAFFE, LION, KANGAROO, CHEETAH, CHIMPANZEE, AMERICAN BISON, CAPE BUFFALO, HEDGEHOG, BROWN BEAR, RHINOCEROS, RABBIT, DINGO, COYOTE, SQUIRREL, PANDA, WOLF, ELEPHANT, JACKAL, KOALA
  • My Book of Wild Animals

    Patricia A. Pingry

    Paperback (WorthyKids, Jan. 30, 2000)
    Produced in partnership with the San Diego Zoo: Learn all about the most popular wild animals in the world with information and photographs from the renowned San Diego Zoo. For each animal, discover where they live, which is the largest and the smallest, the conservation status and many more fun facts. The information is presented in visually appealing and easily absorbed snippets, perfect for today's busy kids. Outstanding four-color photos from the zoo will capture the imagination of young animal lovers everywhere. Among the more than 20 animals included are: gorillas, tigers, polar bears, elephants, giraffes, bald eagles, boas, pandas, and alligators. Ages 5-10.
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