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Books with title My Book of Wild Animals

  • My Wild Animal Book

    My World Books, Margaret Brown

    language (, Dec. 11, 2012)
    *** Designed for Kindle and Kindle Fire!Your little one will soon learn all about wild animals. On the full-screen pages, your child will discover bright, colorful photographs of all different kinds of wild animals. Each animal has its name written so that children can learn what the animal is called, build their animal vocabulary, and start to develop word and picture association.Developed by My World Books to meet early learning needs and build skills for preschool and kindergarten.
  • My Large Wild Animal Book

    Lori Schweigert

    eBook (Xlibris US, Feb. 15, 2017)
    This is an educational childrens book about the large wild animals of North America. It shows pictures of each animal as the adult male, adult female, and the baby animal. It also gives the reader the animal name, a brief description of its habitat, where its lives, and what kinds of foods it eats.
  • Big Book of Animals

    IglooBooks

    Hardcover (Igloo Books, April 7, 2017)
    Why are giant pandas fussy? Do cockroaches stink? How brainy is an octopus? Do toads give you warts? What's inside a camels hump? How far can a kangaroo jump? How noisy are howler monkeys? All these questions and many more are answered in this exciting BIG BOOK of ANIMALS.
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  • My Little Sound Book: Wild Animals

    Amandine Notaert

    Board book (Auzou, Nov. 1, 2016)
    Starting with Musical Instruments, Farm Animals, Things That Go, and with one brand-new title, Wild Animals, we are relaunching the My Little Sound Book series. With entirely new illustrations, lighter text, and all the photographs grouped at the end of each book for a more harmonious feel, new life has been breathed into this bestselling series!With five high-quality sounds, these board books are highly interactive and will entertain children while they learn all about a variety of subjects. The striking illustrations are accompanied by full-color photographs at the end of the book, making this title an excellent educational tool.Amandine Notaert is a young illustrator from Belgium.
  • My Book of Animals

    Wendy Madgwick, Graeme Rosewarne

    Board book (Armadillo, Oct. 7, 2016)
    All kinds of lively facts about animals to inspire younger children, with detailed illustrations.
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  • My Picture Book of Animals

    Severine Charbonnel-Bojman

    Hardcover (Firefly Books, Oct. 11, 2012)
    A collection of endearing animals for the very young. This lovely padded book brings animals of all kinds to a child's imagination. Brilliant color photographs reveal close-up details and features of more than 80 animals: color variation in a parrot's feathers, wrinkles on a hippo's face, bunny fur so soft you could touch it. Even the tiniest creatures fill the pages: a ladybug, snails and a seahorse. Animals are shown doing what they do in real life, sleeping, eating, playing; one to a page or in multiples, creating a fun opportunity to learn how to count. Dogs, butterflies, parrots, rabbits, monkeys and other animals are shown in a variety of colors and species. There are animals that children be familiar with, but also many new discoveries: antelope, chameleon, crab, flamingo, mountain goat, stork and wild boar. There are cuddling foxes, koalas, panda bears and more. Are they siblings or friends? My Little Book of Animals is an appealing padded board book small enough for small hands. It will engage a toddler's curiosity, reveal the wonder of books, and is a perfect storytime choice.
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  • My Art Book: Animals

    DK Publishing

    Hardcover (DK CHILDREN, April 16, 2012)
    My Art Book: Animal introduces young children to the history and techniques of art through the delightfully appealing subject of animals. Whether it's make-your-own Egyptian frescoes, cubism collages, or wild animal wire sculptures, this book is full of project ideas to ignite a child's imagination. Readers will find spreads featuring animal masterpieces by famous artists and sculptors, as well as information about how the artists chose to show the subject and the techniques used. Each artist and masterpiece spread is followed by a gallery spread, sharing related works of art. "My Art Project" spreads cover a range of artistic styles and animals, and encourage children to experiment with different materials. Step-by-step photography and clear instructions guide them through the process, allowing them to produce results they can display with pride.
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  • Baby Book: "Wild animals " :

    Giny Walsh, Giny Walsh

    eBook
    A book which shows wild animals from africa in their natural environment. On every page you can find a watercolour illustration with the name of the animal. The colours used in this book are chosen by experts especially for early readers. The book is full of large, bright illustrations which help your young child discover nature and different parts of the world.Your child can get to know wild animals portrayed as friendly characters.The inviting illustrations make this book ideal for pre-readers . It's great for memory-training, too.A wonderful book for kids aged 1 and over. Your baby will reach for this book many, many times.
  • ABC Book of Animals

    Helen Martin, Judith Simpson, Anne Bowman

    eBook (ABC Books, May 29, 2013)
    'WILL DELIGHT AND ENGAGE YOUNG CHILDREN'-- EssentialBaby.com.au on The ABC Book of ... series Animals make noises ...roaring, squawking, squeaking, growling ... This beautifully illustrated book uses simple, engaging text and rhythmic language to introduce children to a range of animals from around the world. A fascinating exploration of the animal kingdom.Ages 2-6
  • My Animal Book

    Anne Millard

    Hardcover (DK Children, )
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  • Baby Book: "Wild animals " :

    Giny Walsh, Giny Walsh

    language (, May 24, 2017)
    A book which shows wild animals from africa in their natural environment. On every page you can find a watercolour illustration with the name of the animal. The colours used in this book are chosen by experts especially for early readers. The book is full of large, bright illustrations which help your young child discover nature and different parts of the world.Your child can get to know wild animals portrayed as friendly characters.The inviting illustrations make this book ideal for pre-readers . It's great for memory-training, too.A wonderful book for kids aged 1 and over. Your baby will reach for this book many, many times.
  • My Big Book of Animals

    Rh Value Publishing

    Hardcover (Crescent, Feb. 17, 1991)
    Illustrations and a simple text depict the habits, habitats, and environments of a variety of zoo, farm, and garden animals