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Little Kids Baby Animals Pop

Guest Author - Taisha Turner

National Geographic Little Kids Baby Animals Pop! is a delightful pop-up book. The sturdy kids’ book is 12.25 x 10.5 x 1 inch. It contains ten pages of baby animals and facts about them. The pages are thinner than a standard board book page. All photographs are in color.

National Geographic take photographs of baby animals and turns them into delightful pop-ups. The largest pop-up, of a frisky pony, measure 24 x 24 inches. Some baby animals in the book are a bunny, duckling, piglet, lamb and pony. They create the pop-ups from thick paper to withstand inquisitive fingers repeated handling.

The pop-up book, has not only beautiful photographs, but interesting facts about each animal. Children learn different attributes of each animal, their diet, different breeds and more. Fun facts about the little animals dot the pages. It is a fun activity book to capture a child’s attention.

Small children under five-years-old will enjoy the pictures and learning the names of each animal. However, some information is beyond their grasp and attention span. Break the information into small units. Kids older than five can easily digest the material. Little Kids Baby Animal Pop! is a good reference book. All kids, and adults, will enjoy the pop-ups.

Baby Animals Pop! National Geographic Little Kids


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