|About the Book|
In this book, which is the fourth in a brand new series of nature and animal books for kids called Celeste & Zuli Adventures, were going to be taking a look at over 30 farm animals.The book contains a few animals youd expect to see on a farm:-MoreIn this book, which is the fourth in a brand new series of nature and animal books for kids called Celeste & Zuli Adventures, were going to be taking a look at over 30 farm animals.The book contains a few animals youd expect to see on a farm:- Chickens- Cows- Donkeys- Goats... and quite a few that may surprise you.For each of these animals, youll discover a wide range of fun, interesting and even amazing facts, and youll also be able to see a photograph of the animal so youll know what it looks like.But we dont stop there!Following all of these fact-filled pages, weve put together a fun quiz to see what youve learned - but dont worry, we also have a section of awesome test-taking tips to help you. (This section comes from one of our other books, but were including it for free here as a bonus.)We have also included some other bonus information to supplement the main material.All told, this book, if it were printed like a regular paperback book (such as the novel Ring Of Daggers, which we read recently), would be about 45 pages long, so it will keep your child happily occupied for some time.This book is ideal for busy moms who have a hectic schedule, running the kids from one activity to the next, and who want a great way to spend some free time either reading to children, or even having them read the book on their own.This book is great for children aged 8 - 12 - they should have no difficulty reading it or navigating their way through the book.For younger children, say aged 4 - 8, you will probably have to read this to them and/or help them navigate it, but they will certainly enjoy all of the wonderful photos.We are animal and nature lovers, and believe that all animals have as much right to be on this earth as we do. We also do our best to help and protect animals, and applaud all those tireless volunteers who help out at rescues and shelters. Unfortunately, some of the animals we profile in our books are on the Endangered list, and our hope, in writing these books, is not only to share our passion for animals with children everywhere, but to raise awareness of the varied and wondrous creatures, many of whom need our protection if they are not to go extinct.NOTE: this book does contain information about common farm animals (e.g. cows), and, sadly, these animals are used for food sources. This book is not about politics or ethics - its simply to educate children and to show them the different types of animals on the farm and, yes, some of the roles of these animals are for food, but the decision about whether to eat meat or not is one that each individual has to make for themselves. This book does not contain graphic details of food production and all of the images are child-friendly.You may also be interested in one of other books, Beautiful Fish (Volume 1).