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by Katherine Feng,Joanne Ryder

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ISBN:
0060578505
Author:
Katherine Feng,Joanne Ryder
Category:
Growing Up & Facts of Life
Language:
English
Publisher:
HarperCollins (June 23, 2009)
Pages:
32 pages
EPUB book:
1868 kb
FB2 book:
1718 kb
DJVU:
1885 kb
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Rating:
4.2
Votes:
631


Joanne Ryder has always loved pandas, starting with the very first small panda toy she had as a child. Bought for my Granddaughter who loves Panda's and started Kindergarten this year. She looooves this book.

Joanne Ryder has always loved pandas, starting with the very first small panda toy she had as a child. She has continued to be fascinatd by these rare and wonderful animals throughout her career as a writer. She is the award-winning author of numerous picture books, including A Pair of Polar Bears: Twin Cubs Find a Home at the San Diego Zoo; Little Panda: The World Welcomes Hua Mei at the San Diego Zoo; My Mother's Voice; My Father's Hands; Big Bear Ball; and Wild Birds.

1 volume (unpaged) : 23 cm. School is in session! But this is no ordinary kindergarten class. The cubs are raised together from infancy in a protected setting, where they grow strong. Under the watchful eyes of the scientists and workers, the cubs learn skills that will help prepare some of them to be released into the wild.

Panda Kindergarten book.

illustrated by Katherine Feng

illustrated by Katherine Feng. Cubs are raised together in a protected setting-dubbed panda kindergarten-where they grow strong and learn skills that will help prepare them to be released into the wild when they are older.

Dr. Katherine Feng was a veterinarian before a photo safari to Kenya inspired her to pursue a second career as a photographer and tour escort

Dr. Katherine Feng was a veterinarian before a photo safari to Kenya inspired her to pursue a second career as a photographer and tour escort. When she traveled to China in 1982 for a memorial ceremony in honor of her grandfather, General Feng Yuxiang, she felt an immediate connection with the country. She now escorts guests to the Reserve several times each year. Dr. Feng lives in Durango, Colorado.

School is in session! But this is no ordinary kindergarten class. Cubs are raised together in a protected setting dubbed panda kindergarten where they grow strong and learn skills that will help prepare them to be released into the wild when they are older.

1000 Books Before Kindergarten.

Follow a day in the life of the panda cubs at China Conservation and Research Center for the Giant Panda at the Wolong Nature Preserve, the largest research facility for giant pandas in China. Cubs are raised together in a protected setting—dubbed panda kindergarten—where they grow strong and learn skills that will help prepare them to be released into the wild when they are older. With spare text by veteran nonfiction writer Joanne Ryder and irresistible full-color photographs by Katherine Feng, whose work has appeared in National Geographic, Panda Kindergarten will delight young readers as they learn more about these amazing creatures.

Supports the Common Core State Standards

  • Anaragelv
My granddaughter (age 4) says she wants to be a "panda babysitter" when she grows up. This book, filled with exquisite color photographs and informative text written in a clear, basic style, has only strengthened her resolve! This is a lovely addition to an early childhood classroom and for any youngster with a love for nature.
  • Bynelad
We both loved this book. I was his teacher aide last year in Kindergarten as Mandarin is his home language. He is a very intelligent boy so the title made him laugh! Pandas don't go to Kindergarten. It was very informational and we both enjoyed it because it's non-fiction. Pandas are special animals to both of us and China is the only place they live in the wild.
  • Dalarin
I have 2 grand daughters: one is 3 years old and the other is 7 years old and after receiving it, I knew it was the perfect gift for both of them. The pictures are superb and will enthrall both the girls and the text can be read by the 7 year old with a bit of effort. And that's what I want; I want her to become an avid reader and also be motivated to try harder to improve her reading skills. Above the run-of-the-mill children's books, this book deserves the good review it got from the New York Times. Get your couch potatoes sitting upright and read along with them if you need to do so, they won't run across too many Pandas in their everyday life; and they (the Pandas) ALL belong to China, no matter what zoo you may see them in.
  • Kanek
Great read for a kindergarten class learning about pandas. I wish it had more info about wild pandas vs. those being reared in captivity, but I guess that was the point of the book.
  • Reighbyra
The images in the book are of really good quality and the story is engaging.
  • Jairani
Kids love the book
  • Antuiserum
For anyone who loves pandas this book has some fantastic photography. Highly recommend it. Book was as described and arrived quickly. Thanks so much.
Bought for my Granddaughter who loves Panda's and started Kindergarten this year. She looooves this book.