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Posted April 12, 2010
EDUCATIONAL AND ENTERTAINING
Although recommended for youngsters ages 4 - 7 there's much to be seen and learned for all ages in this colorful flip-the-flap book telling us what animals are in danger and how we can help them.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.
Frances Barry begins with some interesting facts inside the front cover, such as "Polar bears have black skin underneath their fur" and "African elephants sleep standing up." Next, she expresses the wish that we could save all the animals in the world, and introduces some of them with ingenious flaps, cut-outs and cut pages.
The author concludes with a list of what we can do to help protect and save animals along with a few cautionary notes, such as "Report sick or injured wild animals to an adult or an animal rescue center. Injured animals need help to survive - but be sure not to touch them!"
LET'S SAVE THE ANIMALS not only increases awareness but encourages youngsters to take an active part in protecting our wildlife.
- Gail Cooke