Baby s Very First Slide and See Zoo

An engaging, interactive board book, specially designed for very young children, full of vivid colours, stylish illustrations and friendly animals.

Author: Fiona Watt

Publisher: Usborne

ISBN: 9781474921725

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Page: 10

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An engaging, interactive board book, specially designed for very young children, full of vivid colours, stylish illustrations and friendly animals. Simple slider mechanisms allow a picture to be transformed. Little children will delight in making the animals move around or reveal themselves by manipulating the simple sliders. Perfect for developing essential motor skills and hand-eye coordination and developing skills of prediction.

Baby s Very First Slide and See Zoo

An engaging, interactive BD, specially designed for very young children, full of vivid colors, stylish illustrations and friendly animals. Simple slider mechanisms allow a picture to be transformed.

Author: EDC Publishing

Publisher: Usborne

ISBN: 9780794538781

Category:

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An engaging, interactive BD, specially designed for very young children, full of vivid colors, stylish illustrations and friendly animals. Simple slider mechanisms allow a picture to be transformed.

Baby s Very First Slide and See Animals

Part of a brand new series, from the team that brought you Baby's Very First Play Books, this engaging, interactive board book is specially designed for very young children, full of vivid colours, stylish illustrations and friendly animals.

Author: Fiona Watt

Publisher:

ISBN: 9781409581284

Category: Board books

Page: 10

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Part of a brand new series, from the team that brought you Baby's Very First Play Books, this engaging, interactive board book is specially designed for very young children, full of vivid colours, stylish illustrations and friendly animals. Simple slider mechanisms allow a picture to be transformed, as a bush baby peers out from his tree trunk home, some meerkats pop up from their underground burrows, a monkey swings through the trees.

Baby s Very First Slide and See Farm

A new strand in the ever-expanding and hugely popular Baby's Very First series.

Author: Fiona Watt

Publisher:

ISBN: 9781409581277

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Page: 10

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An engaging, interactive board book, specially designed for very young children, full of vivid colours, stylish illustrations and friendly farm animals. Simple slider mechanisms allow the pictures to be transformed, as a monkey swings through the trees, a fish changes its spots and more.

Monkey See Monkey Zoo

... kids swing and slide, and I really wish we had a view of this agility station from
inside the Monkey Pit—it's the first time I've ... One little human—it's one of the
extra-small baby humans without much hair—is throwing its food on the ground.

Author: Erin Soderberg

Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing USA

ISBN: 1599905574

Category: Juvenile Fiction

Page: 160

View: 444

After listening to a young boy describe his life, Willa the monkey escapes from her zoo home and, together with some friendly chipmunks, goes in search of him in the human city.

The Ark in the Park

In 1920 , Lincoln Park Commissioner William Wrigley Jr. presented the zoo with a
baby Nile hippopotamus , who was ... She was the first hippopotamus in the zoo's
permanent collection and there was no place to house her . ... Every time the train
stopped , the baby would slide to the front of the crate and bump her nose . ...
They enjoyed watching to see when she would poke her head above water .

Author: Mark Rosenthal

Publisher: University of Illinois Press

ISBN: 9780252071386

Category: Nature

Page: 194

View: 751

Looks at the development of Chicago's Lincoln Park Zoo, from its beginning in 1868 to the present day.


LIFE

The first king of China's Chou Dynasty had a "garden of intelligence" near his
palace, with specimens from all over his empire. ... This summer they are getting
their biggest bang yet out of zoo-going, thanks to steady trends toward spirited
but sound ... Elsewhere, you can see a tree-climbing kangaroo's baby peep out of
its mother's pouch (San Francisco), the ... has a big new attraction in its 125-foot
porpoise tank, with a Plexiglas roof that slides over it to keep out the cold in
winter.

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Page: 92

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LIFE Magazine is the treasured photographic magazine that chronicled the 20th Century. It now lives on at LIFE.com, the largest, most amazing collection of professional photography on the internet. Users can browse, search and view photos of today’s people and events. They have free access to share, print and post images for personal use.

Zoo Biology

The males ' interest in the infant may have resulted from the boredom created by
such an environment . ... the grotto contained many toys , a large movable block
of concrete , ropes to hang from , a slide , and a jungle gym and fence to climb on
. ... of the males ' interest in the infant and may have increased the infant ' s
attractiveness to the males ( see Berlyne , 1960 , p . ... 260 – 261 ] examined their
mothers more frequently than at any other time in the first 20 weeks of their lives ,
and ...

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Category: Electronic journals

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Working Mother

THE CENTRAL PARK ZOO: This small-scale zoo in the heart of Manhattan
features a sea lion show, an indoor tropical rain forest with birds, ... San Diego,
California THE SAN DIEGO ZOO: Hua Mei, the first baby giant panda born in the
Western Hemisphere since 1990, is on ... Your kids will adore the otter exhibit in
the children's zoo, where you can slide right through the otters' pool in an
enclosed tube.

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Page: 104

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The magazine that helps career moms balance their personal and professional lives.

Zoo Superstars

The first live panda ever to reach the United States was the very first live panda
ever to leave China . He was a baby panda named Su - Lin who moved into
Chicago ' s Brookfield Zoo in 1936 . Before 1865 , no one ... Turning himself into
a panda sled , he ' ll lie down in a clearing and slide downhill . Because China ...
That means for years at a time pandas can ' t find enough food . What is being
done to ...

Author: Daniel Cohen

Publisher: Simon & Schuster/Paula Wiseman Books

ISBN:

Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

Page: 85

View: 674

Profiles the natural habitats and antics of many zoo animals, including koalas at the San Diego Zoo, snow leopards at the Bronx Zoo, and walrus at the New York Aquarium.

The Zoo on the Road to Nablus

As artillery fell across the city and the zoo remained empty, Marla diligently
tended to Darling. For once, no catcallers ... First, she should retire with her new
baby to a dark, confined space. Then, she ... Whatever you can find,” Dr. Sami
hissed at the keeper. “Don't move ... “Now. Slowly. Gently,” instructed Sami, “slide
them in.

Author: Amelia Thomas

Publisher: Hachette UK

ISBN: 1586486586

Category: Nature

Page: 336

View: 642

The last Palestinian zoo stands on a dusty, dead-end street in the once prosperous farming town of Qalqilya, on the very edge of the West Bank. The zoo's bars are rusting; peacocks wander quiet avenues shaded by broad plane trees; a teenage baboon broods in solitary confinement; walls bear the pockmarks of gunfire. And yet the zoo is an extraordinary place, with a bizarre, troubling and inspiring story to tell. At the center of this story is Dr. Sami Khader, the only zoo veterinarian in the Palestinian territories. Family man, amateur inventor, and dedicated taxidermist, he is fiercely independent, apolitical, and resourceful in times of crisis. Dr. Sami dreams of transforming the zoo into one of an international caliber. In The Zoo on the Road to Nablus, Amelia Thomas brings the reader into a world rarely glimpsed from the outside, weaving the stories of the zoo's animals, its staff, and its visitors into a rich, colorful chronicle of the indomitability of the human—and animal—spirit.

Environmental Ethics

The typical zoo - goer stops only to watch baby animals or those who are
begging , feeding or making sounds . Ludwig reported that the ... The first point
we should note that very few zoos support any real scientific research . Fewer still
have ...

Author: Louis P. Pojman

Publisher: Wadsworth Publishing Company

ISBN:

Category: Nature

Page: 551

View: 729

Organized into two main parts, the first on theory and the second on applications, the third edition of this popular anthology provides the most comprehensive set of readings available for environmental ethics and includes topic areas not covered in other anthologies. The text follows a dialogic pro-con format to present different and conflicting views on each topic. Articles have been carefully selected for clarity and accessibility.

Audiovisual Materials

3. Vézelay, France. Basilique de la Madeleine. l. Visual Education, inc. II. Series:
French art and architecture. [Slide]. [NB551] 726.0944 ... SUMMARY: A study of
an infant's growth and development during the first weeks of life. Shows the wide
 ...

Author: Library of Congress

Publisher:

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Category: Audio-visual materials

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Parks Recreation

On April 21 , a pair of Ring - tailed Lemurs ( Lemur catta ) gave birth to one male
baby . ... According to available records , this would be the first birth of a Lemur
catta in the United States since 1914 when Philadelphia ... like me ! he makes
slides and swings and see - saws and all kinds of things . they're real strong and
they're very safe . if you're going to buy ... of HARVEY , a baby African Black
Rhinoceros , to proud parents Manda and Colo , on April 19 at the Detroit
Zoological Park .

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Category: Parks

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The Peaceable Kingdom

If successful , this would be the ninth Indian rhinoceros born in American zoos ,
and the first in the Philadelphia . Later , Dave showed me a ... As soon as the
baby slides out of the birth canal , the mother whips around , snapping the
amniotic balloon . On the tape I could see the baby ' s four ghostly white little
hooves , pressed up against the amniotic wall before it broke . But the baby ' s
heart had never ...

Author: John Sedgwick

Publisher: William Morrow & Company

ISBN:

Category: Science

Page: 413

View: 684

Presents a look at life, the cares, and the little triumphs and tragedies of the Philadelphia Zoo, America's oldest zoological park, where animals and humans develop a close relationship


The Dolphin Reader

Ludwig found that most people will stop for animals that beg , animals that are
feeding , baby animals , animals that make ... Zoo visitors do not like to lose their
way within a zoo , and they get disgruntled when they find themselves
backtracking . ... Jim Peterson , a senior partner in the natural - history exhibit
design firm of Bios , in Seattle , has identified the “ first ... he prepared a slide
show of animals in three environments : free , caged , and in various types of
naturalistic zoo exhibits .

Author: Douglas Hunt

Publisher: Houghton Mifflin College Division

ISBN:

Category: Language Arts & Disciplines

Page: 730

View: 511

A thematically arranged composition reader. It contains 87 classic and contemporary selections (32 new), with a variety of topics, writing styles, and genres. the readings (70 essays, 8 stories, 8 poems, and 1 play) cluster around questions central to the lives of students and the disciplines the study.