Zoo Zoom!

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Bloomsbury U.S.A. Children's Books
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9.7 X 0.3 X 11.1 inches | 0.9 pounds
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About the Author

Candace Ryan is the author of Moo Hoo, Ribbit Rabbit and Animal House. She spent nine years as a special education teacher and now lives in Southern California with her husband and young son.
Macky Pamintuan's illustrations have been featured on the cover of the Flat Stanley series by Jeff Brown and the new Nancy Drew series. He is also the illustrator of several picture books. He lives in Davo, Phillipines.


"A zany aerospace adventure . . . While younger preschoolers will be captivated with the combination of rhyming wordplay and hilarious illustrations, older readers may be more inquisitive and find all the matching rhymes. Designed to be interactive, Zoo Zoom! is a great addition for home and library collections, particularly as a read-aloud selection." - Booklist

"Pamintuan's illustrations feature colorful cartoons reminiscent of the Disney cartoons from the 1990s. The style perfectly complements the tone of the book and adds an extra layer of humor that will appeal to children . . . A funny picture book addition." - School Library Journal

"An agreeable book to entice space enthusiasts as well as animal lovers." - Kirkus Reviews

"The rhythmic, onomatopoeic text is a pretty music, the kind of song you'd sing in the dark to lift your spirits. Equally joyful and engaging-and that's a tall order-is Lowery's artwork . . . A mingling of the ridiculous with the sublime for a spellbinding effect." - starred review, Kirkus Reviews on RIBBIT RABBIT

"It comes as a delight how much fun can be wrung from the words 'moo' and 'hoo' . . . A winning display of finding the high ground and paved with particularly sweet verbal compression." - Kirkus Reviews on MOO HOO

"Ryan has so much fun coming up with increasingly ridiculous wildlife . . . this book will stand up to multiple rereadings." - Kirkus Reviews on ANIMAL HOUSE