ZooBorns: The Newest, Cutest Animals from the World's Zoos and Aquariums

Andrew Bleiman Chris Eastland

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ZooBorns: The Newest, Cutest Animals from the World's Zoos and Aquariums

ZooBorns The Newest Cutest Animals from the World s Zoos and Aquariums From aardvarks to zebras ZooBorns showcases the newest and cutest animal babies from accredited zoos and aquariums around the world Featuring fascinating animal facts and background stories on each p

  • Title: ZooBorns: The Newest, Cutest Animals from the World's Zoos and Aquariums
  • Author: Andrew Bleiman Chris Eastland
  • ISBN: 9781439195314
  • Page: 118
  • Format: Hardcover
  • From aardvarks to zebras, ZooBorns showcases the newest and cutest animal babies from accredited zoos and aquariums around the world Featuring fascinating animal facts and background stories on each pictured baby, ZooBorns illustrates the connections between zoo births and conservation initiatives in the wild for animal lovers of all ages.

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    1. Elissa on said:

      I am already in love with this book - and I have only skimmed through some of the photos. Will give a full review after I have read it. :)

    2. Marvin on said:

      Help me! My macho is melting! Must read this book! Can't resist the pictures!! Must ooh and aaah!! Must overuse exclamation points!!!!Too cute!!!!!!!!

    3. Mary Catherine on said:

      The zoo lover in me LOVED this book. Little, tiny, and adorable babies with facts about the animals pictured - not just the species in general.

    4. Melinda Brasher on said:

      This book is a very short read, but the real joy comes from lingering over the beautiful photos of darling baby animals. The facts about each animal are interesting, educational, succinct, and well written. The ethics of zoos are debatable, so if you're strongly opposed to keeping animals in captivity, you will not like it, but some of these animals would be extinct or nearly so without zoo breeding programs, sowell, the debate lives on. And I just dare you to look into some of these babies' eye [...]

    5. Danielle on said:

      Baby elephants to chimps to penguins to zebras and more and more. ZooBorns is an image rich book filled with endless information on the world’s smallest (and sometimes large) animals. With facts about where they’re from, if they’re endangered, where they were born and often special stories about a certain animal’s species or birth story. ZooBorns is perfect for readers of every age level, especially those that are young at heart.This book has truly been a delight in our home. From the mo [...]

    6. NatashaA. on said:

      My Rambles:Seriously? The most cutest adorable book ever!!Look at these:(please go to my blog to view some images from the book - mydisorganizedramblings)Part of the proceeds from every sale of this book goes towards the Association of Zoos and Aquariums' Conservation Endowment Fund. This book will be going to work with me. This book makes me ridiculously happy. You should have heard my *squeeing* when I got the book. The Mr. definitely looked at me a littlerangely! It's about $10.00 for the har [...]

    7. Marsha on said:

      Ok. This book could probably win "The Cutest Book Ever" award. I mean, just look at the cover! Each page in this small (6"x6") book is completely covered by the photograph of a brand new little baby animal. I would tell you which ones were the cutest to look at, but my list would be too long. With each picture is information about the animal including its name, the zoo where it was born, its species and whether or not it is endangered. My only complaint is that the additional text, though fun to [...]

    8. Morgan on said:

      I absolutely loved this book! One of my favorite parts of this book was that it used actual pictures of baby animals. On top of this, it had so many fun facts about the babies themselves. It offered interesting facts about how (sometimes why) they look different from their adult counterparts, their size they were as newborns. I also learned a lot from this book, about different animals, for example, I learned that the platypus is not the only mammal to lay eggs: The enchida does as well!! It has [...]

    9. Rachel Grover on said:

      This was a really cute book that I selected for my "Quick Reads" choice. I learned a lot from it about baby animals. I liked that the illustrations were the majority of the page and the facts did not take up much space. They kept the facts really simple with the name of the animal, where it was from, if it was on the endangered list, and one or two general facts about it. I was concerned at the beginning because a lot of the ideas on the first few pages were complicated to understand, such as "e [...]

    10. Caterpickles on said:

      Zoos and the animals who live in them have been much on The Nine-Year-Old’s mind lately. That’s no doubt why I found her mulling over Andrew Bleiman and Chris Eastland’s adorable little book, Zoo Borns, this week. Filled to the brim with snuggly pictures of baby tigers, mongooses, sea turtles, wildcats, and other little critters born at accredited zoos and aquariums throughout the world in 2008-2010, Zoo Borns also includes basic facts about each animal, including its preferred habitat, co [...]

    11. Jennifer Rayment on said:

      Book Review: Just buy the book, its so frickin adorable you will just fall in love with it. Trust me! Stunningly adorable pictures, interesting facts, and it is very inexpensive -- yup I am getting me a copy for the in-laws for xmas. Mom in law volunteers at the Metro Toronto Zoo, so I know she will love it. Also you are doing something good by purchasing it, as a portion of all proceeds from sales goes directly to the AZA's Conservation Endowment Fund. Only complaints with book are there is onl [...]

    12. Megan M on said:

      There is only one word for how adorable this book is: AWWWWWWWWW!!!!!I visit ZooBorns on a regular basis. Not only do I get my squee on at these adorable little creatures, I also feel like I learn a lot. Many of the creatures featured in the book and on the website are endangered or near extinct and the ZooBorns authors are always careful to let the reader know what researchers and conservation groups are doing to help stabilize and save the wild populations.

    13. Sarah on said:

      Ok, this book will bring work in the backroom of the library to a halt, as all of us gather round to say awww in unison. So clearly it succeeds in doing what it sets out to do and showing people how adorable all kinds of animals are.

    14. Bridget on said:

      As an animal lover, I have a slight obsession with baby animals. I loved the information this book contained and the pictures were absolutely adorable! This would make a great gift for children or adults.

    15. Angie on said:

      More fuzzy and wrinkly and totally cute or so ugly they are cute animals. I love the website. Kids love the website. They will love the book.And enough info on the animals I may just be able to justify getting our library a copy. Or two.

    16. Bridget R. Wilson on said:

      I believe the subtitle says it all!What I thought: Too cute. I love that the animals included are either threatened or endangered. The information included made me want to know more. The photos are wonderful. My favorites are pygmy hippos. wombat, pygmy rabbits, and Bengal Tigers.

    17. Jessica on said:

      Nothing makes me happier than a bunch of baby animals. If you don't squeal, you are dead to me.

    18. Melissa on said:

      These are so great-- the kids looked at this book for HOURS. Sharing facts about the animals and squee-ing over the pictures. Much more fun than cute cat videos on the internet.

    19. Sherrie on said:

      "Zooborns" features color pictures of unbearably cute baby animals- this book is better than Prozac!

    20. WildApplesauce on said:

      I know, I know, this book isn't very long, but ZooBorns has the cutest and most interesting baby animals ever!

    21. Heather on said:

      Baby animalsAWWW! Great teen friendly format with information regarding endangered status.

    22. jacky on said:

      9/14 - William hugged the rabbit. Kids loved many of the animals, and I read them some of the text.10/17 - Took this out again. Natalie cried about the animals being endangered.

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