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100 animals to spot at the zoo

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About this book

Spotter's cards
100 animals to spot at the zoo

  • A pack of pocket-sized cards to help identify 100 animals to be found at the local zoo or wildlife park.
  • On each side of each card, there is a detailed picture of an animal, with information, facts and statistics.
  • With internet links to fun websites with photo galleries, games and more information.
“an ideal companion for a trip to the zoo”
Child Education

Press Reviews

This set of 100 cards puts a whole menagerie of wildlife right at your fingertips. Each of the animals has its own detailed illustration, as well as facts and statistics, such as size and habitat. Pocket sized and portable, the cards are an ideal companion for a school trip to the zoo.
Child Education

Reader Reviews

Fantastic
I purchased these cards for my three year old son at the London Zoo. He loves them and so do I. He loves having me read each card and he enjoys grouping his favourites together. The cards are very informative. So much so, that I do not get bored reading them to him over and over again!! A great purchase.

M. Collins, 23rd November 2009

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