By Snapshot Picture Library
- Release Date: 2011-11-07
- Genre: Animals
Endangered Animals Snapshot Picture Library Book Review Score: ★★★★★ 5/5 stars
Discover rare endangered animals! Accompanied by a read-along audio track, more than 70 colorful photos showcase all kinds of endangered animals. Threatened and endangered species range from the tiny tarsier to the massive polar bear. But all endangered animals have one thing in common: the concern of people who want to help them to survive and thrive.
Snapshot Picture Library books include a read-along feature: Children can read along with an audio track, following the highlighted words on each page. Perfect for pre-readers and early readers!
Kids will enjoy learning fun facts about endangered animals, and the more than 70 beautiful color photographs will delight anyone interested in endangered animals, especially toddlers, preschoolers, and elementary-school children.
70 color photos
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User reviews about this book
It is a pretty good book
The Snapshot Picture Library books are GREAT! I wish their 3D books were available for iBooks.
While the pictures are good, the overall book is misleading. There are numerous animals in this book that are NOT endangered. Also, there are only some pages that tell you what animals are on the page, even then you have to guess.
Finally, this book is not correctly formatted for an iOS device.
The reader has to manually adjust the margins before turning each page. This is a very easy fix.
Did I really just pay $3 for this book?!
Do not recommend.
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