View from a Zoo

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View from a Zoo – Thea is a house-cat that seems to have it all… she has a warm home, plenty of food and a family that loves her. But something is missing in Thea’s life. Where is the excitement? Where is the adventure?

From children’s author Artie Knapp & illustrator Sunayana Nair Kanjilal, comes a new picture book that answers the question that kids everywhere like to ask… I am bored. What should I do?

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Overview

View from a Zoo – Thea is a house-cat that seems to have it all… she has a warm home, plenty of food and a family that loves her. But something is missing in Thea’s life. Where is the excitement? Where is the adventure?

From children’s author Artie Knapp & illustrator Sunayana Nair Kanjilal, comes a new picture book that answers the question that kids everywhere like to ask… I am bored. What should I do?

For ages 3-8

Artie Knapp has written a warm and ironic tale about the power of reading in chronicling the escapades of Thea, an adventurous housecat. At the Bronx Zoo, Thea has an epiphany about the relationship between books and the imagination that changes her sense of reality. Young readers will learn a valuable lesson from Thea’s discovery. Bill Maxwell, columnist, Tampa Bay Times

View from a Zoo is an excellent story for children. Kids will enjoy the marvelous illustrations as the book is read to them. American Cat Fanciers Association, Inc.

The book cashes in on the strength of good storytelling. It will help kids understand the power and fun of being transported in their thoughts. KidsGen.com

This new children’s book is right up a Literary Cat’s alley. I love the ending of this book…and though I refuse to tell you how the story ends, I will say, View from a Zoo opens windows to stories galore! Books-about-cats.com

Artie Knapp has written a whimsical book with an important message. The sensitive illustrations double the charm of this work which can be enjoyed again and again! KPC Media Group - Fort Wayne Family Magazine

Artie Knapp’s unique story about a housecat in search of adventure gives a whimsical account of Thea the cat’s day exploring New York City. Sunayana Nair Kanjilal’s illustrations are the perfect complement to Knapp’s tale. It’s a great book for inspiring young readers! DLTK-Kids.com

The story is told simply for younger readers, but contains some bigger words and more complex sentences for experienced readers, making View from a Zoo a book that can be enjoyed by many ages. Cincinnati Family Magazine

View from a Zoo is a cute children’s book that uses animals to promote the love of reading!” Apples4theteacher.com

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781931308007
  • Publisher: MightyBook Inc.
  • Publication date: 9/4/2013
  • Pages: 36
  • Product dimensions: 8.00 (w) x 10.00 (h) x 0.09 (d)

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