Zoobooks

September 25, 2017 - Comment

Simply written and beautifully illustrated. Each monthly issue “captures” one of 60 different animals through magnificent photography, illustrations, diagrams, descriptions and includes interactive activity pages. Kids get “up close and personal” with the world’s most amazing creatures.Zoobooks Magazine is a favorite of zoos throughout the country. Filled with great animal pictures and informative articles, Zoobooks

Simply written and beautifully illustrated. Each monthly issue “captures” one of 60 different animals through magnificent photography, illustrations, diagrams, descriptions and includes interactive activity pages. Kids get “up close and personal” with the world’s most amazing creatures.Zoobooks Magazine is a favorite of zoos throughout the country. Filled with great animal pictures and informative articles, Zoobooks is a perfect zoological reference for any child aged six to twelve years old who loves animals. Each issue is themed around a specific animal or group of animals, discussing habits and habitat in depth so the reader gains a thorough understanding. Best of all, this magazine is refreshingly free of advertising.

An issue of Zoobooks Magazine has about 24 pages. Most of the magazine is packed with colorful pictures and illustrations of the theme animal, as well as short articles and fact sidebars. The most unique features of each animal are broken down and explained at a child’s level. For species that are extinct or becoming extinct, children are encouraged to take action to ensure those animals’ futures. The last four pages of each edition offer a pull-out activity booklet filled with games, puzzles, and coloring pages.

Zoobooks Magazine started as a product parents could purchase at kiosks near zoo exhibits appropriate to the specific issue. Demand for complete sets of Zoobooks quickly grew, and Wildlife Education Ltd. began selling subscriptions. Today, Zoobooks Magazine subscriptions also include monthly access to the online Secret Jungle, where kids can print out more animal-themed activities and play online games. Here, kids can also participate in a bi-weekly eSafari, in which subscribers can take a guided tour of great online animal sites and learn more about the particular month’s theme animal.

Zoobooks Magazine offers a fantastic way for parents to answer all those animal questions inspired by zoo visits. Many budding zoologists save every issue, building a collection they can refer to for years to come.

Comments

AMP78 says:

Only got three magazines! The magazines were great and my daughter loved them.But I thought this was a year subscription but only got 3 magazines. Not a very good value for the price.

Laura says:

Five Stars My granddaughter loves getting this

CMR says:

Five Stars Grandson was very happy with his gift.

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