Animal Planet Baby Animals Review

Baby Animals.jpgWith more than 200 adorable photos of baby animals and their families, there’s serious “aw” factor on every page of Animal Planet Baby Animals. This fun addition to the Animal Bites series provides kids in the first years of schooling with the perfect bite-sized view of their favorite animals. Arranged thematically with a focus on animal behavior and family relationships, young readers will explore sections about life cycles, feeding, play time, conservation, getting around, and much more. Special book features designed for this age group include simple infographics and ‘All Grown Up’ animal facts to help kids learn more about how young and adult animals differ-just like humans!  – Goodreads

Animal Planet Baby Animals Review

Okay, so I knew getting into reading Animal Planet’s Baby Animals that there was going to be much cooing and squeeing from me. I just didn’t know exactly how much. Turns out, there was quite a lot. Baby Animals is the next entry into the awesome Animal Bites series from Animal Planet that aims to educate young readers about the cool things in nature around them.

Each book (Animal Babies is no exception) lays things out in simple terms, is jam-packed with lots of high-quality pictures, and is intensely engaging. Well put together, well thought out, and educational as well as just being absolutely adorable, the whole series is a must-read.

Cutest Baby: Baby Red Panda

Coolest Fact: That there are front and rear facing pouches! I would have thought they were all front-facing. (Makes total sense that they aren’t, but lets just hope the rear-facing pouchers don’t have gassy mommas!)

I’m glad they included: The Buddy System. It introduces young readers the proper adoption process for getting a family pet. One that begins with researching the right animal for your family.

Overall, Animal Planet Animal Babies is a worthy entry into the Animal Bites series!

  • Title: Animal Planet Baby Animals
  • Series: Animal Bites
  • Publisher: Animal  Planet
  • Pub. Date: March 7th, 2017
  • Pages: 80
  • Source: I received a free copy from Netgalley for review consideration.

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