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ZOOBOOKS

Zoobooks is every child's guide to the most fascinating mammals, birds, reptiles, and insects. The stunning illustrations and intriguing facts will captivate -- and the puzzles and games guarantee wildlife fun!


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    Wonderful Way For Young People To Learn About Animals!

    My little sister (who's 12) has been reading Zoobooks since she was 8. She, unlike me, is not a big reader, but loves Zoobooks and looks forward to getting them in the mail each month. She's a big animal person, so these are perfect for her.

    I've read some of her issues before and it seems the magazine has plenty of good things going for it. The pictures are clear and vivid, and portray real animals in naturalistic scenes. The articles are highly informative and a valuable tool for growing young minds. This magazine combines learning with fun, and is very entertaining for kids who love learning about animals and nature. They claim to cover every...

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    For Kids of Any Age!

    We ordered this magazine as part of an ongoing push to get my child to read anything. Reading is so important for children, that we go the extra mile to make sure that in addition to the library, we have a selection of things for our children to pick up and flip through.
    I don't think there are any magazines that I can compare Zoobooks to, since they concentrate on one animal per issue, instead of a variety of topics.
    The Zoobooks feature all color photographs of the animal, I am looking at one all about Gorillas. The articles are very comprehensive, explaining about the animals habitat, height, weight, features, muscular system, skeleton, family...

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    ZooBooks . . . Great Information

    My son has been receiving zoobooks for about 4 years. His grandmother purchased them for him as a gift. These are one of the best informational magazines I have seen. Each issue is about a different zoo animal and each one offers great information on the animal. There is also an activity page in the issue with different games and puzzles to do to help the child learn even more.

    My son is 10 years old now and he has used these magazines for many reports that he has needed at school. My youngest son is 6 and enjoys looking at them as well. I keep them in a magazine box so we have easy reference to them when we need them.

    I work at our...

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