Encyclopedia of Animals for Young Readers: For Young Readers

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$19.95  $18.55
Albatros Media
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10.8 X 15.0 X 0.4 inches | 1.75 pounds

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About the Author
Tomas Tuma is a Czech freelance illustrator, photographer, and programmer. He has authored many educational adventure books for children, where he popularizes modern technologies. He studied English and Art Education and enjoys walking in the woods. He currently resides in the Czech Republic.
"This book teaches you how to classify different animals as
mammals, birds, fish, reptiles, or insects and other invertebrates. Each page
has large cartoony illustrations of various types of animals, and small
paragraphs with facts and information. This design is perfect for capturing the
attention of a curious child! I love the cartoony art style! It's so cute and colorful.
This book is really interesting, and it's so cool to find out some new facts
about rare species and also about common animals. As always, I take issue with a scientific book that presents
a scientific theory as if it were a fact. This book talks about origin theories
as if they were supported by empirical fact, which they are not. It's such a
disappointment and it is not honest. I wish there were better integrity in the
writing. This would be such a great book for any little kid who loves
learning about animals!" ―Luminous Libro
"A great book to use to explore the great outdoors! This encyclopedia is a reference tool for young readers learning about different animal classifications. The book groups the animals by mammals, birds, fish, amphibians, reptiles and invertebrates. Within each group there are pages for the different sub-categories. The two page layout for each animal family includes a description about the animal group. In addition there are about 6-8 different types of animals pictured from the group. Each animal gets a very brief description with general information about the animal. The pictures are digital color illustrations of the animals, however they are very accurately represented. It is a great way to get outside and look for some of the animals mentioned in the text. Readers as young as 3 years old and up to 11 years old would enjoy using this reference book." Youth Services Book Review
"Encyclopedia of Animals for Young Readers contains lots of information about animals, so if you wanted to know something about one of the animals in the book, you could learn a little bit, and then find out more stuff in other places. With this book being lots of information, there is no story included. The pictures of the animals and the pages are colorful; I liked learning about the different kinds of birds and butterflies." Kids Book Buzz