By Rebecca VanGinkel
My Little Library of Baby Animals is a collection of small board books made my McGraw-Hill Consumer Products. This collection includes twelve small board books contained in a small cardboard box with a plastic carrying handle. It is easy to take these books in the car with you, or when you travel, and keep them all together. The small box is split into two areas, resembling a bookshelf. Each of the twelve books is about a different baby animal and its mother.
These small board books are perfect for a baby. They are small enough to hold in their tiny hands, but not too small for them to pick up easily. They are also made of heavy cardboard, which your baby will not be able to bend or tear. They will last much longer than a regular paper book. The books are square, and my young son loves to build with them. He likes to stack them like blocks, or sets them along side each other to make a rail road track.
The board book collection will entertain your baby for long periods of time. Besides being very informative, they are very colorful, and contain very detailed pictures. Your child will be content for you to read them to him or to sit and look at the pictures himself. This set of books will grow with your child. When your child is young and looking at pictures, he will like them, and they are also great starter books, for when your child begins to read on his own. The books will teach your child a lot about baby animals and their relationships with their mothers. It will also teach them the correct names of different baby animals
The collection of books includes: Panda and Cub, Chimpanzee and Infant, Brown Bear and Cubs, Lioness and Cubs, Deer and Fawn, Koala and Joey, Tigress and Cub, Bald Eagle and Chicks, Rhinoceros and Calf, Zebra and Foal, Elephant and Calf, and Dolphins and Calf.
On the cover of each book is a picture of the baby animal and the mother animal. It also states the name of the mother and the baby animal. Each book begins by telling you where the animal lives in the world, and what kind of climate they live in. It also tells you if they travel with other animals or alone. It then goes on to tell you what the name of the baby animal is, and how the baby gets its food. Some baby animals drink milk from their mothers and some don't. The book also tells you about the relationship between a mother animal and her baby. Each book also tells you what the animals eat, where they find their food, and how they find their food. Many animals hunt for their food, but many eat grass and other vegetation. The book also gives your child a look into the lives of each animal. It tells what the baby animals do for fun, and what they do during their day. Not only do the books teach your child facts about animals, it also teaches your child what we can do to keep the animals safe. It lets your child know that we need to protect the animals and the places that they live, so that the animals will be safe and live a long time. This will help your child learn to respect animals, and the places that they live.
By introducing books to your children at a young age, you are teaching your child that reading is a way of learning. Children who are read to at an early age often excel further in school than children who were not read to. It will also be easier for your child to learn to read when it is time, if you have spent time reading with you child when he was younger. It is ideal to read to your child from the time they are infants. Just hearing your voice often will soothe a crying baby, but by reading to them, you are teaching and soothing them. Reading to your child is also a bonding experience. Not only are you reading to your child, but you are spending time with him, and letting him know you care. Check for all the titles in My Little Library of Baby Animals online today!