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Apr 12, Demi rated it it was amazing. The following book is cute informational book that goes through basic information on the giant panda.
Some of the content includes the basic features that distinguish a panda from other bears, what they eat, where they live, etc.
The author does a good job of not putting too much information in the book to where a child becomes confused and there are not too many big words to where the child does not understand the information.
The author also includes arrows, icons, and bold lettering to help The following book is cute informational book that goes through basic information on the giant panda.
The author also includes arrows, icons, and bold lettering to help the readers stage engaged. The pages also have vibrant colors to catch the reader's eye.
The genre of the book is informational because it contains facts and technical vocabulary. I enjoyed this book because it is definitely something that I would have read as a child and the photographs used throughout the story were appealing.
A lot of the times children will go through phases of interest and it is because of books like these. The information is easy to learn and they are able to remember the content and share it with others.
Sep 08, Christina rated it liked it Shelves: animals , juvenile , books-for-e. Another book for my niece. Nice full color photos, interesting facts, and definitions of some words with a review at the end, as well as phonetic spelling of unique words.
I thought the jokes at the top of a page would appeal to kids, even if I still don't get one of them: "what's black and white and red all over?
A panda convention. Still, could they not have come up with a better Another book for my niece.
Still, could they not have come up with a better punchline? A panda in a cranberry bog! A panda newspaper cause pandas spell "fonetically"! A panda in red flannel pajamas!
Oct 20, Audrey Hickinbotham rated it really liked it Shelves: edci , nonfiction. Well who doesn't love Pandas! And who doesn't love National Geographic?
This is a great book for kids who want to learn about panda bears. It does a great job telling us all the important information, such as habitat, diet, characteristics, etc I would place it at a 2nd grade reading level.
It talks about panda bears in depth but not on a level that is too academic. Apr 20, Jenese Wilson rated it it was amazing.
I read this book to a class and they really loved learning about Pandas in a fun and informative way. The realistic pictures added to the excitement.
You learned about what Pandas eat to where they play and how they are born. I even like the little jokes and riddles included in the book. Super cute and very information book!
Learned a few things too! Feb 08, Jess rated it really liked it Shelves: ben-read-to , easy-reader , non-fiction. Sep 12, Zuri rated it it was amazing.
My 4yr old is obsessed with panda bears. She learned a lot of facts. Jul 31, Oona rated it really liked it. Feb 04, Alice rated it liked it.
Feb 24, Janette rated it it was amazing. I absolutely loved this book! I love panda bears, so this was a perfect book for me.
It was also really informative, and talked about the eating habits of pandas, and how they're more like a raccoon or cat, rather than a bear.
I also didn't realize how big they were; the size of a black bear. Inalso didn't know how shy they were, or that they had fur on the bottom of their feet to protect them from the cold.
It was really sad to learn there only about 1, pandas left in the wild, found almost I absolutely loved this book! It was really sad to learn there only about 1, pandas left in the wild, found almost exclusively in China.
It really makes me want to go to China. I also loved that they mentioned red pandas, which are absolutely my favourite animal! They had great pictures and it was so informative and engaging.
Wonderful book! Dec 10, Sara Andrews rated it it was amazing Shelves: informational-books. Pandas, is very engaging to young, early readers.
The photography is amazing which I would expect nothing less from National Geographic. This book has valuable information that is easy to read.
This book would be an asset in an elementary classroom. A wonderful informational text. Its a great book for children who are ready to read longer passages.
I would use this book in a student centered, animal research project. It has great information, Pandas, is very engaging to young, early readers.
It has great information, readable, and engaging. Mar 10, Sarah VanDyke added it. I really liked this book because it was very informative.
I learned things from the book that I did not know about Pandas before. I love reading about Pandas and thought the book did a good job of providing information without being overwhelming.
The book also provided definitions of words used such as habitat and saliva. The illustrations were real photos which I really enjoyed.
This book can be used in the classroom for an introduction to learning about bears, animals and even China. Students I really liked this book because it was very informative.
Students could look at the book on their own for research as well. I ended up having to write much of my own curriculum to help my more advanced students, and that material eventually became these books.
These guides go in-depth , covering every concept and the many question variations that come up, including the oddballs.
You won't find anything not on the test—everything in these books has shown up on past exams. You also won't find a focus on questions that are too easy.
Tons of practice questions arranged by topic will get you to mastery. This book brings together everything you need to know for the SAT Writing section, from comma rules to data interpretation questions.
It leaves no stones unturned. The key to SAT Math is not any one trick but a mastery of the material. The SAT repeats the same concepts over and over again and once you have a full understanding of what's tested, acing the math section is quite straightforward.
It is just rightuntil Mother Panda goes looking for a snack and Little Pandas nap is disturbed by something unexpected. What was it that his mother told him he should do?
This is the perfect story to reassure little ones that parents always In the misty mountains a little panda bear climbs tall trees, munches sweet bamboo, and curls up in his favorite perch to sleep.
This is the perfect story to reassure little ones that parents always return. Get A Copy. Hardcover , 32 pages. More Details Original Title.
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More filters. Sort order. Start your review of Little Panda. Jun 04, Mary rated it really liked it Shelves: , animals-bears , fairy-tales-folk-tales , first-lines , grandparents , humor , jp , mag-loved-illustrations , illustrator-liwska.
This is one she has both written and illustrated and it is a winner. It has a sweetness and humor that make an old tale delightful reading.
The illustrations are a different style from the aforementioned, but lovely and refreshing. First Line: "Just the other day, Grandfather Panda was talking to his grandson.
Sep 05, Lynn Davidson rated it really liked it Shelves: reviewed , picture-books. A little panda loves to play, and his mother teaches him through play how to take care of himself.
One day, while his mother is getting food, the panda cub awakens from a nap to see that danger has found him.
Amusing ending and fabulous illustrations. Sep 19, Paul Candeias rated it it was ok Shelves: family , motivation.
I enjoyed this book, mostly for the lessons it teaches about listening to parents and dealing with danger. Bao Bao mother told him to find a better tree but he didn't listen to her is an example of how teachers can take that and turn it around to instill to children that it is important to listen to their parents.
And when the tiger begins to chase Bao Bao and he runs, that can be used to teach that sometimes when in danger the best thing to do is to just run away.
Lesson: A good lesson I would I enjoyed this book, mostly for the lessons it teaches about listening to parents and dealing with danger.
That lesson could be used to help teach listening to the children as they have to listen to the instructions of the teacher.
Then you could even include a direction that says "Panda says run away from danger! Sep 13, Melanie rated it really liked it Shelves: children-s-literature , picture-book , pandas , asian-continent , grandparents , storytelling , tigers , mothers-sons , parent-child.
A grandfather tells his grandson a story about a baby panda that loves to sleep in his favorite tree even though it really is too small for him.
One day when his mother travels far to find bamboo for dinner the little panda is in his too-small tree. While his mother is gone a tiger sneaks up on the panda baby and climbs his too-small tree.
The small panda climbs higher and higher but he eventually falls out of the tree, causing the tiger to go flying from the springing branch.
A sweet story. Children might find it hard to understand that the tiger went flying because the weight of the panda was holding down the branch he was on.
When the panda fell the branch bounced back into place sending the tiger flying through the air. Shelves: childrens-picture-books.
I really loved The Quiet Book and was so excited when I found that the illustrator, Liwska, had also authored and illustrated this book.
While "Little Panda" doesn't shine quite as much as "The Quiet Book" it is still full of absolutely adorable artwork I love the tiger!
Jun 01, Kristen rated it really liked it Shelves: childrens , picture-books. This could've been an ordinary story of the lessons a little panda learned from his mama, but the dialogue and art give it such warmth and gentle character that it comes off as snug and dear, not sticky-sweet.