Zippity Zoo: A Magical Zoo Review
Disclosure: I received a free free copy of this eBook in exchange for writing this review. Although this post is sponsored, all opinions are my own.
This book is the newest addition to our eBook library, and like all of the other Julia Dweck stories it’s among the favorite. This is a story that will surely have your imagination going. Ryan is the main character, and in the story he goes to a very special zoo. At the Zippity Zoo you can become any animal you see there!
“The very best part of our Zippity-Zoo
Is you can become any creature you view.
So what type of animal suits you the best—
On land or in sea, from the east to the west?”
This story is silly, fun, and full of action! My 6 yr old’s favorite part was when Ryan gets chased by a piranha. My 2 yr old was completely mesmerized by the story and has imagined he’s 7 different animals since we read the book. Julia Dweck’s stories always are entertaining, imaginative, and are brightly illustrated. This story is no different in that the illustrations flow perfectly with the story, and are so colorful.
My 8 yr old always looks forward to the fun activities and facts at the end of all of Julia Dweck’s books. And this one has great activities, and very interesting and true facts about giraffes. Did you know that an average giraffe can eat up to 75 pounds of food each day?
You can get a copy of Zippity-Zoo: A Magical Zoo at Amazon and pick up other Julia Dweck eBooks while you’re there. Take a look at my reviews on Faux Paw, Blucy, Mary had a Sleepy Sheep, and Humpfree: The Humpless Camel.
About the Author:
Julia Dweck writes children’s stories for digital and traditional publication. Her stories span the spectrum of humor, fantasy, and edutainment in rhyme and in prose. Julia’s background in elementary education affords her the opportunity to be in touch with what children want to read and what makes them giggle. She’s collaborated with leading artists in the world of children’s literature to produce over 20 Amazon eBooks. In her spare time, Julia is a designer of educational adjuncts for children’s literature, and has worked with such notable publishing houses as Penguin Young Readers. She presented at the 2011 National Center for Family Literacy for her creative use of technology in the classroom. ~ from Amazon Biography
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