Scholastic Discover More is a revolutionary new nonfiction line pairing stunning print books with corresponding interactive digital books that extend the learning online.ANIMAL BABIES unlocks a free 16-page digital companion book offering even more information, photos, and videos!ANIMAL BABIES is packed with facts and adorable photographs of the little creatures kids love.Scholastic Discover More is a revolutionary new nonfiction line pairing stunning print books with corresponding interactive digital books that extend the learning online.ANIMAL BABIES unlocks a free 16-page digital companion book offering even more information, photos, and videos!ANIMAL BABIES is packed with facts and adorable photographs of the little creatures kids love. From baby birds, to baby bears, and baby elephants, find out how these newborn animals survive in the wild. See the animal babies change as they grow up. Unique photographs show babies and their parents up close. Easy-to-read text for beginning readers is perfect to share and talk about....
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Animal Babies Reviews
To discover a great new children's book series is an awesome feeling as a parent. To discover a great new Non-Fiction children's book series is sometimes better. The Scholastic Discover More series is a wonderful set that has brightened up our recently rainy days. I was lucky to be selected as a winner for one of their giveaways, and got my choice of three titles. I chose Discover More: Animal Babies, Discover More: Farm, and Discover More: My Body.Discover More: Animal Babies is aimed towards a 4+ age group, though Emily seemed as impressed by this book as I was. I loved the brightness of this book. Everything was made very kid friendly. There are a lot of pictures for kids of all ages to enjoy, and even I learned a few things while reading through its' pages. I usually find non-fiction children's books to be a tad on the boring side, but not in this case. I was always just as curious as Emily was to see what the next page had in store.I am impressed that this book comes with an added bonus in the form of a free digital book. I have yet to explore that feature to this book, but I know it is there for when Emily gets to be an age that she doesn't just mash the buttons. When the time comes I believe it will be a very useful, and fun tool for us parents, as well as entertaining and educational for her.In particular we enjoyed the Growing Up page. It has the most beautiful picture of brightly coloured snakes. If I had to guess, I'd say this is the page that Emily goes back to the most. The pictures throughout the rest of the book are amazing too! They get up close and personal with quite a few species, and share a good variety :)Overall, I think this is a great book, in an awesome series! The Scholastic Discover More series offers a great variety for readers of all ages. Their website aims this book towards ages 4+, but at 19 months, Emily absolutely loves this book, as much as some of her board books. I would suggest this book to parents who seek an educational and fun book offering beautiful pictures that keep children engaged. I gave it a 4/5.
Thirteen chapters, each only 2 pages long, contain facts and many pictures to introduce young readers to newborn animals. First the characteristics of all animals – they can have babies, they eat and breathe, they can sense their environment and move, and they grow – are introduced along with the circle of life. The topics covered include hatching, metamorphosis, growth, animal communities, learning, survival, and the names used for the babies.Plenty of clear, colorful pictures accompanied by captions fill the pages along with brief, simple text. Children should be amazed by the attractive pictures of baby ostriches, geckos, opossums, bats, fish, whales, and many other animals presented on glossy, heavy paper. A glossary, an index, and a code for downloading a digital companion book from Scholastic’s website add to the learning. The digital 8-page book works on PCs and Macs with Adobe Reader or Acrobat. It is easy to use and includes some animal sounds, a quiz, and a little game titled “Who’s my baby.” An additional media player can be downloaded for viewing the videos in the digital book. Even without the digital book this is a worthy, educational volume.For grades K through 4.
summary: This book is a great way to teach any children, any age and gender, all about animals. There are so many varities of animals that it doesn't matter where the audience may live. There are pictures on every page. Most are photographs are are mostly adorable. There are some gross pictures, though. You learn who has babies, about eggs vs live birth, how many babies animals have, growing up, how they change, where they live, what they eat, how they get around, what they learn, who watches the babies, journeys they take, staying alive, and even names. There is some much information. There is also a free digital book that comes with the book. I recommend this to EVERYONE because it was informational and adorable!
With bright design, colorful photographs, interesting sidebars, and basic diagrams, Scholastic’s new nonfiction series introduces young readers to a range of topics. Animal Babies includes sections on hatching, metamorphosis, getting around, and survival strategies. Large headings and short sentences, with plenty of accompanying photographs, make this a good choice for new readers trying out nonfiction.
Do not get this book expecting information about Lions. The cover features a big lion cub and its parents. My daughter was disappointed when there was a single small image of lion cubs and two words about lions in the book.
Is a really good Spanish book. I recommend it to the people that like animals just like me!