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The animals become fascinated by reading, and by words, and she strives to satisfy them: tall books for the giraffes—titled Skyscrapers, Redwoods, and Basketball in Brown’s clever take—books in Chinese for the pandas, “And llamas read dramas while eating their llunches.” The insects write haiku, ...| Read Full Review of Wild About You!
As the zoo's residents eagerly descend on the bookmobile, their species-appropriate selections will elicit chuckles from kids: a monkey grabs for a banana cookbook, two crocodiles open Peter Pan to the page featuring the croc that swallows a clock, giraffes pore over "tall books" (devoted to bas...| Read Full Review of Wild About You!
Working in the same angular, heavily patterned style of the previous books, Brown offers active yet comforting spreads of the animals with their children (one scene invites readers to find the zoo babies that have wandered off).May 28 2012 | Read Full Review of Wild About You!
(Read-alikes if you can think of them) This is a great companion to the earlier books by the pair – Wild About Books and Zoozical.Sep 22 2012 | Read Full Review of Wild About You!
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