Thursday, July 2, 2009

Book Review: N is for Nature by Tim Magner

Good Thursday all, Zebee here. Wow! It’s July already! My, uh, our summer camp starts next week. Did you sign up yet? We have some really cool prizes to give away, so be sure you hop over to our zoo camp page to sign up.
Anyway, where was I. Oh yeah, today’s book review day. Isn’t the cover of this book pretty? If you like it, you’ll love the illustrations inside.

Let’s see what some of our friends here at the V Zoo had to say about this book.

Mori: I think it’s cool. But why isn’t “O” for okapi?

Lito: I like the way Tim Magner made learning about nature fun. Like, I didn’t know pandas didn’t growl like a bear. I learned about yaks too.

Honey: I wonder if there were dinosaurs taller than us? What do you think? Anyway, I think the book is a great way to get children interested in learning about nature.

Zamba: I think icebergs are cool. I had no idea they were so big.

Bindi: I agree with Honey. I am going to borrow the book to teach Billy about nature. Maybe it will help calm him down a little.

Zebee: Well, there you have it. I’d say the whole gang here liked the book. So, where can you get your copy? Pop over to Green Sugar Press.
That’s all for today. See you back here Sunday with more zoo news. Zebee out.

posted by Zebee aka Joy Delgado
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Anonymous said...

Good stuff Zebee!

Zebee said...

Thanks, come back for more reviews of great children's books.