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View at the Zoo In this humorous twist on a visit to the zoo, just who has the interesting view As morning dawns, the zookeeper makes his rounds, exhorting the animals to wake up, comb their hair, and stand up straight Soon their human visitors arrive, and the observations begin to flow My, what silly things they do, all these creatures at the zoo Walking on all kinds of feet, dancing to an inner beat Babies riding on their backs, on their bellies, snug in sacks Hear the silly sounds they speak, as they howl and squawk and shriek But just who is talking about whom With a clever twist of text and bright and festive illustrations, this picture book will have children begging for a trip to the zoo Ages [Reading] ➷ Gender in Psychoanalytic Space By Muriel Dimen – Lavons.co.uk just who has the interesting view As morning dawns ❰PDF / Epub❯ ★ Insight and Interpretation Author Roy Schafer – Lavons.co.uk the zookeeper makes his rounds ❮Reading❯ ➷ Good People in an Evil Time Author Svetlana Broz – Lavons.co.uk exhorting the animals to wake up [EPUB] ✰ On a Day Like This ✶ Peter Stamm – Lavons.co.uk comb their hair ➾ [Download] ➾ Heart to Start By Derek Handley ➳ – Lavons.co.uk and stand up straight Soon their human visitors arrive [PDF / Epub] ☉ Light without Fire By Scott Korb – Lavons.co.uk and the observations begin to flow My [BOOKS] ⚦ Secrecy By Rupert Thomson – Lavons.co.uk what silly things they do ❮PDF / Epub❯ ✈ The Silence and the Roar ⚣ Author Nihad Sirees – Lavons.co.uk all these creatures at the zoo Walking on all kinds of feet ❮Read❯ ➮ Hard Country ➲ Author Robin Robilliard – Lavons.co.uk dancing to an inner beat Babies riding on their backs [Reading] ➾ The Whale Rider By Witi Ihimaera – Lavons.co.uk on their bellies ✯ [PDF] ❤ The Impossible David Lynch By Todd McGowan ✼ – Lavons.co.uk snug in sacks Hear the silly sounds they speak [PDF / Epub] ★ The Colour Encyclopedia Of Incredible Aeroplanes By Philip J. Jarrett – Lavons.co.uk as they howl and squawk and shriek But just who is talking about whom With a clever twist of text and bright and festive illustrations [EPUB] ✼ Tooth Sleuth, Mystery of the Missing Tooth (Shirley Lock Mysteries By Mia Woolfe – Lavons.co.uk this picture book will have children begging for a trip to the zoo Ages



10 thoughts on “View at the Zoo

  1. says:

    The book presents a subtle message in the illustrations Readers should pay attention and notice that the text seems to describe what the people see, but it is actually presenting the animal point of view.


  2. says:

    Cute twist at the end.


  3. says:

    I liked the ending, the point of view of the animals.we are the zoofunny..krb 6 28 17


  4. says:

    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 a


  5. says:

    The View at the Zoo is a clever little story about the how zoo animals look at the people entering the looking at the zoo Each page has very few words on it, making it a quick and easy read for early elementary This story would make a good read aloud at the beginning or end of a zoo field trip for younger students The book could also be used to talk about different points of view for 2nd or 3r


  6. says:

    Such a cute book full of bold, beautiful illustrations I love the fact that it includes a wide variety of animals My toddler loves looking for the monkey with the zoo keepers hat on every page At first glance, you think the author is describing the people looking at the animals, but you quickly learn that it s a fun take from the animal s point of view.


  7. says:

    Despite a bit of a clunky rhyme scheme for reading aloud, this animal picture book will entertain children Not only is it fun to look at all the animals in the zoo, the author plays on words that are mirrored what the people are doing in the illustrations not the animals While this one might not work as well with a group, a close up reading will provide lots of fun and observations.


  8. says:

    This is a great creation by Kathleen Long Bostrom I had trouble reading when I was in Primary School but after reading this fantastic book, I was able to speed up the pace and understood better Definitely will recommend this to anyone who has trouble reading Also, this book has helped many of students from overseas speak English without the foreign accent.


  9. says:

    Who has the better view at the zoo the visitors or the residents This book is such a fun read I read it once with my four year old from the people point of view and then again from the animal point of view And my son loved looking for the monkey with the zoo keeper s hat on each page Fabulous illustrations Two thumbs up


  10. says:

    Have some fun with this by asking the little ones you re sharing it with what sounds the animals make Go ahead and get on your feet to do some animal actions such as, Pink flamingos on your toes The sneaky secret of this story is that the animals are watching the humans You can SING this to the tune Papa Haydn.


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About the Author: Kathleen Long Bostrom

Kathleen Long Bostrom is a full time writer who lives in Carlsbad, California, with her husband and empty nester dog, Ellie She served as an ordained minister in the Presbyterian Church USA for 30 years but now focuses on her writing She has published over four dozen books, most of them for children Her books are published in 20 languages around the world, with well over one million copies sold since her first book, What is God Like was published in 2008.Her book, Who is Jesus was a finalist for the 2000 Gold Medallion Award, awarded to the outstanding books in Christian publishing, What About Heaven was nominated for the People s Choice Award She is included in a 2003 edition of Something About the Author and Contemporary Authors, two of the premiere reference sources for information on children s authors Kathy is the recipient of the 2014 David Steele Distinguished Writer Award, the highest award for writing awarded by the Presbyterian Church She was named the Distinguished Alumna of Princeton Theological Seminary in 2013, most because of her books for children Over the years, she won awards for preaching and is often requested to speak for groups at the national level She has published numerous articles in various journals and newspapers as well Kathy served on the board of the Presbyterian Writers Guild and served two terms as president She is also a member of the Society of Children s Book Writers and Illustrators and The Authors Guild She earned a master of arts in Christian education and a master of divinity from Princeton Theological Seminary in Princeton, New Jersey, and a doctor of ministry in preaching degree from McCormick Theological Seminary in Chicago Kathy and Greg have three children Christopher, Amy, and David, all living in LA and in the film business.