A Children's Zoo book.
A Children's Zoo book. Come to the zoo with Tana Hoban! Look at the animals .
A Children's Zoo. Tana Hoban. This nonfiction picture book used real photographs of animals. These photos are accompanied by words that describe the way the animals looks, moves, and sounds. Awesome book to use with a pre-K class! Читать весь отзыв. Часто встречающиеся слова и выражения.
A Children's Zoo is an excellent book for any preschool classroom. Tana Hoban provides fantastic large photographs of individual zoo animals on each double page. Next to each picture she uses large print to list adjectives describing each animal. The large print supports early literacy skills as well as providing cues to focus readers when looking at the animal photographs.
FREE shipping on qualifying offers. The youngest visitor to this zoo can identify the creatures and describe them - starting with Tana Hoban's words and adding to them. What are they? What are they like? The youngest visitor to this zoo can identify the creatures and describe them - starting with Tana Hoban's words and adding to them.
Tana Hoban (February 20, 1917 – January 27, 2006) was an American photographer and creator of children's books, including many picture books without any words. Tana Hoban was born in Philadelphia to Jeanette (Dimmerman) Hoban and Abraham T. Hoban, who were immigrants from Russia. She was the older sister of Freeda Hoban Ellis and children's book author and illustrator Russell Hoban. Published by Greenwillow Books, 2003. Condition: Good Hardcover.
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A CHILDREN'S ZOO is a transitional book that will help carry young children from the more simplistic board-book format to more detailed and text-oriented picture books. Each word enhances the photographs, adding movement and color to the frozen images. A chart on the final page includes each animal's country of origin, natural habitat, and diet. Continue reading Show less.
Tana Hoban's stunning photographs will captivate young naturalists everywhere.