Kids Animal Books - 17 Real Animal Photos With Interesting Fun Facts: Guess The Animal - Book 1 by Selena DaleI am going to use the review from What Animal Is This? as basically these are about the same books. The only difference that I could note is this would be the one for slightly older readers since instead of having a cartoonish animal as a clue the animals are provided in silhouette.
Although still retaining some of the same editorial issues as a few other Selena Dale books, this one still has reached its goal in my opinion. Although I dont have a 3-year-old to test the book out on or know someone that does the formatting is simple while fun at the same time.
Even though it is interesting to see the number at the top of the page both as a numeral and as a word I dont think it will be too important to the youngest of audiences unless their parents are working on that learning. Instead children will be more attracted to the multiple choice option, the cartoonish hint of the animal and slowly learning how to pick each animal out from one another.
It doesnt hurt either for parents to read this book to their children for they are able to read about the animal habits relating to each discovered animal and have them study the photograph that has been included in the work.
My only true complaint with this book and it just may be with my computer program is that the Kindle app doesnt set all the answers or guesses on the opposite page so it was like: What animal am I? A Bear! without being given a chance to guess it.
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