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