Zoo Day


Children - Picture Book
40 Pages
Reviewed on 04/28/2015
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Reviewed by Michelle Stanley for Readers' Favorite

Zoo Day is a pop-up book for children by Tina Marie Kaht. The kids are excited to go to the zoo with their mother. They see Monkey wrap his tail around a limb so he can swing faster. Orangutan does not have a tail, but that does not stop him from climbing trees. Giraffe’s long neck allows him to chomp on leaves high in the trees. Kangaroo likes to jump and kick a lot, even when she carries Joey in her pouch. Lion’s thick mane not only protects his neck, but it attracts Lioness too. Elephant wants the kids to rub her tongue and often uses her trunk as a garden hose. Flamingo uses her webbed feet and beak to help her eat the shrimp she likes. The kids and their mother visit many animals and have a fun outing being a part of the creatures’ playful antics.

Tina Marie Kaht has a written a pleasant picture pop-up storybook presented in a rhyming format. It is educational, and small children will enjoy learning about the types of animals, and what makes them different from the others. The illustrations of the animals in Zoo Day are so colourful and nicely sketched to complement the story. It is a good book to read to young kids, and getting them engaged in imitating the sounds animals make will be entertaining. The author has written several books for young children, and they will find those stories just as appealing as this to read.