We may earn money from the companies or products mentioned in this post.
I received Animal Planet books in exchange for an honest review. All opinions are my own.
Summer vacation has come to an end for us, but we’ve had a summer of fun and learning thanks to the new books from Animal Planet.
Two new books were introduced this summer to the Animal Bites collection, and an Animal Atlas as well. My kids have gotten really into these, and so have their cousins.
I have one nephew who loves to come over, but because he’s older than all the other kids, he doesn’t always have something to do at my house. When I showed him Animal Planet’s books, he was thrilled and spent a good hour browsing the photos and information and showing me which ones were his favorites.
What are your kid’s favorite animals? There are a lot of interesting animals out there, and some you can’t see in a zoo. The photos in these books are absolutely stunning! Check out some of our favorites.
This Tiger is probably my favorite of the photos. The eyes looking right at you, so close, it is just stunning.
The Komodo Dragon was one of my nephew’s favorites to find and point out. You can find both the Tiger and Komodo Dragon in the Animal Atlas Book.
Would your kids love the Animal Planet Animal Bites and Animal Atlas Books?
One lucky reader will win a bundle of the 4 Animal Bites books. That includes
Enter on the Rafllecopter form below. Open to US 18+ ends 8/26/16
2 thoughts on “Animal Planet Summer Learning”
Digital photographs in dicom format could then even be despatched through a wi-fi Web connection again to your essential workplace for additional examine and storage.
Check out the amazing animal photos collection: https://phirstlightphotography.com