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Wild Animal Baby by National Wildlife Federation
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Young children will love to look at the animals on these glossy pages. In this magazine, there are two page spreads of animals in the wild. These are small pages, though, more like board book sized. In the first spread, there are three owls staring right at you. These fantastic, close-ups will mesmerize the audience. There are not articles. The text is more like a board book, too. There are short facts about the animals pictured. After the photos there are educational activities, such as counting how many horses are in the pictures,and a song at the end. They tell you what familiar tune to sing it to. In this issue, the Owl Song is sung to "If You're Happy and You Know It." The great thing about this short magazine is that there are absolutely no advertisements because it is published privately by the National Wildlife Federation. While the arrangement of the features in the magazines is a bit confusing, and seems to have no order, younger children will love looking at the captivating photos and completing the activities. There are also suggestions for parents to interact with their children with the magazine. Overall, it is recommended that a subscription be purchased.
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