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Educational and Informative Animal Books

April 27, 2007 by  
Filed under Activities and Games, Education

Animals have a strong appeal and charm for most people, especially children. Majority of people love them and some are hopelessly captivated with their fascinating behaviors and looks. This is why even children are so excited and look forward to visits to the zoo to see up close and personal animals they have only seen in books.

Observe any child and you will discover that whether that regardless of gender, the child will surely have books that deal with animals such as dogs, cats, lions, elephants, giraffes, hamsters and the like. It is very difficult to explain this relationship between man and animals but what is more surprising is the same attraction that children have for animals.

It is really amazing to watch a child spend time browsing various animal books and see their eyes light up in awe and amazement. There is something about animals, big or small, that attract children’s attention especially furry and cute animals like dogs, cats, koala bears, kangaroos and the like.

If you are at a loss as to what gift to give a niece, nephew or a friend’s son or daughter, the best bet and one that would surely be appreciated is an animal book!

Children will certainly love the gift and you would be helping the child learn how to read and role-play with the characters in the book that you give as a gift. There are several types of animal books to choose from which children of all ages will surely love and enjoy reading and having fun with for a long time.

Depending on your child’s age, you can choose from a wide variety of animal books from picture story types to regular story books about the animal world, the environment and the interaction of humans and animals in easy to understand language.

Through educational and informative animal books, not only do children learn about the world around them but also how people and animals coexist and work together on earth. Another good result of children liking animals is that they learn to give animals the respect they deserve which make them more responsible citizens in the future.


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