A visual treat for young animal enthusiasts, Mealtime for Zoo Animals features everybody's favorite creatures and their diets.

Photographs and simple text describe the wide variety of foods eaten by animals in the zoo.

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A visual treat for young animal enthusiasts, Mealtime for Zoo Animals features everybody's favorite creatures and their diets.

Photographs and simple text describe the wide variety of foods eaten by animals in the zoo.

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Mealtime For Zoo Animals (32 pp.; PLB Apr. 27; 1-57505-389-6; PLB 1-57505-286-5): It's chow time in the Zoo Animals series, and every one of the animals has a different dinner menu. Since mealtime is one of the biggest draws for young zoo visitors, these full-color photographs of the creatures eating will be a hit. While a rhinoceros clips the lawn like "a giant living lawn mower," an elephant scoops up different fruits (peels included) to make a fruit salad in its mouth. A sentence or two accompanies every photograph, while the simple index helps emerging readers locate pictures of their favorite animals. It makes for a perfect visual outing on those days when the zoo is closed. (Picture book. 4-7)
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781623344078
  • Publisher: Seymour Science
  • Publication date: 11/26/2012
  • Series: Zoo Animals Series
  • Sold by: Seymour Science
  • Format: NOOK Kids Read to Me
  • Age range: 4 - 7 Years
  • File size: 7 MB

Meet the Author

Caroline Arnold has been writing since 1980 and is the author of 150 books for children. Recent titles include A Polar Bear's World, illustrated with her own cut paper art and winner of the Eureka Award for Nonfiction from the California Reading Association; Taj Mahal, the love story behind the construction of this magnificent monument; Wiggle and Waggle, five stories about two hardworking worms; and a tall tale, The Terrible Hodag and the Animal Catchers, winner of the Parents' Choice Gold Award. Her recent book, A Warmer World, focuses on animals and how they have been impacted by climate change.
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