Do your children ask that fascinating question “WHY” at least 20 times a day? It’s a great word to a child who is interested in learning so much about life! I remember my daughter asking that question over and over, seemed like she’d never be happy with the answer I was giving her! LOL Sometimes the smartest parents and grandparents can be stumped by the questions of “Why”. Wildlife expert Jack Hanna is offering the answers to all animal-related questions in his new book, Jack Hanna’s Big Book of Why.
Jack Hanna’s Big Book of Why will take kids and adults on a journey through the animal kingdom. The 176-page, hardcover children’s book is organized by habitat—deserts, grasslands, forests, rain-forests, the ocean and poles—and in addition to answering the critter questions children love to ask, it features close-up color photographs, illustrations and amazing facts and quizzes about creatures from around the world.
“Whether you’re a parent, teacher, aunt, uncle or grandparent, you’ve surely been unable to answer a question that a child in your life has asked you,” Hanna said. “This book answers some of those tough animal related questions—Why do Camels Spit? Why can’t penguins fly?—in a format that makes learning fun and easy for children!”
This is an awesome book! I agreed to review it because I wanted it to be easy to teach my granddaughter about animal life and facts! The book is formatted so its not overwhelming and it is full of real life pictures of animals. There are questions asked and then the answers, quizzes, fast facts and so much information jam packed. For curious kids whether they are big animal lovers or not, this book is sure to get kids interested. I even find myself browsing the book and there is so much I have learned from it!
Retailing for $19.99, Jack Hanna’s Big Book of Why is published by Media Lab Books. Check out Jack Hanna’s Big Book of Why on Amazon or look for it for wherever books are sold.
About Jack Hanna
Animal expert Jungle Jack Hanna’s hands-on approach has won him widespread acclaim as Director Emeritus of the Columbus Zoo and Aquarium, conservationist, author, television personality and lifelong adventurer. Recognized around the country as America’s favorite zookeeper, Jack has made countless television appearances since 1983 on shows such as Good Morning America, The Late Show with David Letterman, Larry King Live, The Talk, The Maury Show, Fox News Programs, and CNN News Programs. He is the host of TV’s Emmy award-winning Jack Hanna’s Into the Wild and Jack Hanna’s Wild Countdown. For more information, visit www.jackhanna.com
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