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Wild Animals (My First Look at... Index Board Books) ePub download

by Peter Adby

  • Author: Peter Adby
  • ISBN: 086163991X
  • ISBN13: 978-0861639915
  • ePub: 1136 kb | FB2: 1433 kb
  • Language: English
  • Category: Animals
  • Publisher: Award Publications Ltd (May 2000)
  • Rating: 4.6/5
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Wild Animals (My First Look at... Index Board Books) ePub download

with your My First: Animals board book

Teach your preschool child numbers and encourage learning while reading and having fun together with your My First: Animals board book. I know that it is not possible to make a small book like this with perfect proportions between animals, but it could have been a little better.

And this book delivers that! A great book for little ones to look at magnificent wild animals in their natural habitats! . REALLY love board books with photos of animals instead of drawings. Sometimes artwork can be hard for even an adult to figure out which animal is depicted.

REALLY love board books with photos of animals instead of drawings. My only complaint is the polar bear picture is out of focus and due to the nature of wildebeests it is a little hard to see what one actually looks like with the picture they provided.

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3. After (to look) at the Text, I understood that I needed a dictionary. 4. Instead of (to look) for the dictionary, I asked my brother to translate the word. 5. After (to say) a few words in English he knew that I was from Russia. 6. After he (to refuse) once I never asked him for help again.

Animals Should Definitely Not Wear Clothing Показать полность. hile most of the books on this list are appropriate for preschoolers and younger, we like this one for preschool and up.

Jacquie looked at me suspiciously. Thus each of us had a particular section to look after and whoever finished first lent a hand with somebody else’s group

Jacquie looked at me suspiciously. How’s he going to reward me?’ she asked. You’re now going to receive a calabash of special mimb. alm wine. At this point, the level of the gin bottle having fallen alarmingly, I suddenly glanced at my watch and saw, with horror, that in two and a half hours it would be dawn. So, pleading heavy work on the morrow, I broke up the party. Thus each of us had a particular section to look after and whoever finished first lent a hand with somebody else’s group. First thing in the morning we would all wander to and fro along the verandah in our pyjamas carefully looking at each animal to make sure it was all right.

I like looking at the animals, but I always feel sorry for them. They usually look sad. Most of the time they are in tiny cages. I suppose zoos are OK if they only have endangered animals and breed them for the wild. Mail this lesson to friends and teachers. They must miss the wild.