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The View at the Zoo

por Kathleen Long Bostrom

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Illustrations and rhyming text provide a glimpse of a day at the zoo as experienced by the animals that live there.
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This is an adorable fictional story that begins with the energetic zookeeper waking up the animals, and making sure they are ready to go for the day for the visitors. This story uses rhyming words and alliteration to describe the actions, sounds, and lifestyle habits of the zoo animals. The pictures on every page show a variety of different animals and their various habitats in which they live. I enjoyed how the book goes from the point of view of the zookeeper, to the visitors, and then ends with the points of views of the zoo animals and what they see every day from the visitors. This is a great model story for writing, as I would have students choose an animal from this story, and construct a research paper on the animal that they chose with facts of the animal's diet, habitat, etc. I think it would also be enjoyable for the students to draw a picture of the animal that they choose as well, and their works can be hung up around the classroom. ( )
  Morgan.Santiago | Oct 23, 2019 |
I thought this book was cute. It was a reflection of what the animals have to do to get ready for visitors. It is a fictional book and there is very little truth but it is a good way to demonstrate that animals need help getting ready for visitors. I used it as one of my twin set book readings and was glad I did so.
  DHouston | Apr 28, 2013 |
Attteeeeention! It’s time to start the day! The jovial, energetic zookeeper calls to all the creatures of park with instructions to put their best foot forward for another fantastic day of fun and frivolity with the patrons of the zoo. Told as though from the perspective of the human visitors, a comical twist reveals the view of the animals themselves as they spy upon the crowds of people trotting throughout the zoo. The simple text brims with emphasis and exhilaration though rhythmic rhymes and poetic alliteration. Bright, colorful cartoonlike images complement the text while conveying both silliness and excitement through imaginative and somewhat chaotic scenes. With its singsong tone and wildly bold illustrations, this picture book is ideal as a read-aloud and storytime tale. ( )
  paulavev | Oct 31, 2012 |
How do animals wake up every morning at the zoo? Do they have alarm clocks? No, not at all. What these animals have is a feisty caretaker who wakes up all the sleepy critters with a yelp. People and animals look at each other with curious observations. Families visiting at the zoo, smiling and having fun. This wonderful rhyming story has a great twist about visiting a zoo from the visitors and animals point of view. The silly illustrations fill the pages with lots of fun characters. Kids and parents will be able to discuss openly about what they see. Young readers will love talking about all the animals. Learning the names and sounds they make is fun too. This is an excellent book for any library. ( )
  KristiBernard | Oct 25, 2012 |
good rhyme, god story, bright colorful illustrations. ( )
  melodyreads | Oct 18, 2012 |
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