Come take a wildlife adventure, where you will get a unique education on everything bears! Children will be delighted to learn all about these fascinating animals from what they eat, to where they live, to what their playful babies do. With fun rhymes, interesting facts and great illustrations, this Alphabet book is sure to keep children interested from A to Z. Reviewed by experts at the Smithsonian Institution for accuracy, Alphabet of Bears includes a sing-along audiobook CD and a tear-out poster all about bears.
- Fun rhymes and detailed illustrations of every bear
- Sing-along audiobook CD tucked inside of the cover
- 40 pages
- Appropriate for ages 3-7
- Dimensions: 10 x 10 inches
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Barbie Heit has been involved in the children's book industry for years as both an author and editor. She has written many books for Soundprints, including Alphabet of Insects, a Teachers' Choice Award winner. Today, Barbie lives and works in Connecticut where she shares her love of reading with her two sets of twins.From AudioFile:
"Bears, bears, everywhere," from the Arctic to the zoo, and many places in between. Schwaeber's alphabet book is packed with information about various bears, their habits, and their habitats, all shared through a minimalist text for young listeners. Each listen and look at the book itself will add to a young scientist's knowledge. Marc Thompson narrates slowly and distinctly. His enthusiasm for the topic is evident as facts roll off his tongue. Did you know that grizzlies prefer a nocturnal existence? Think how much fun it will be to use the word "omnivore" accurately! This recording offers a jaunty song, the alphabet book, a glossary with additional information, and a poster in an appealing, compact package. A.R. © AudioFile 2008, Portland, Maine-- Copyright © AudioFile, Portland, Maine
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Descripción Soundprints Corp Audio. Hardcover. Estado de conservación: New. 159249689X New Condition. Nº de ref. de la librería NEW6.0996793