Zoobooks review and giveaway

Post in collaboration with Zoobooks.

I don’t know about your children, but mine are fascinated by
natural history. My youngest loves all the soft and small
animals. Anything that would be described as cute and he loves it. My
eldest loves anything he can learn the facts and figures about. So how much did
a t-rex weigh, how long was a diplodocus and he can tell you.

So they were both delighted when a package came from Zoo
books asking us to review their magazines for kids.
There are four different magazines aimed at different age
ranges. My youngest got;
Zoobies (ages 0-3) which was full of animal fun for
little ones! It also has been tailored for younger readers, by being written
with age appropriate language and sized right to be shared with infants
and toddlers. He was just a little too old for this one, but loved the animal
photography and illustrations.

Zootles (ages 3-6), just like Zoobooks, but for
preschoolers. Full of age-appropriate writing and engaging photos/art. Plus,
tons of family activities ideas. He really enjoyed this one and spent an
afternoon, looking through it with his brother.
My eldest got to look at;
Zoodinos which is the newest addition to the Zoo books
range. Aimed at ages 5+.
‘Dinosaurs come to life in the new title from Zoobooks.
Simple, interactive text encourages discussion and active learning.’
He was probably a bit old for this one, being eight, so he
passed it on to my youngest to read later.
Zoobooks (ages 6-12)
Is full of amazing photos and illustrations. It’s won many
awards through the years for its kid-friendly writing and art. Each issue
focuses on one animal, helping kids explore the animal’s habitat, social habit,
and more! This was a hit with my eldest, he loved reading up on the information
about each animal and the photography and illustrations were great. He also
loved that it came with collector cards, as he is always keen on collecting and
trading cards.
Great for rainy afternoons or day trips in the car. Get the
kids absorbed in the wonderful world of natural history.
If you would like to get your children in to the world of
wildlife enter my fantastic giveaway to win a subscription of your choice to
one of the Zoo books range.
Website is www.zoobooks.com You can also find them on
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I was sent the Zoobooks for free in exchange for my honest opinion. Read my advertising and disclosure policy here.

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One subscription to a choice of Zoobooks titles–  no monetary exchange available

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This post was written in collaboration with Zoobooks – all opinions are my own

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95 Replies to “Zoobooks review and giveaway”

  1. Being a homeschooler I would have to go with Zoodinos! My kids love learning about animals (we have had the classic Zoobooks subscription and loved it!), but dinosaurs might get them really excited to learn something more about those amazing creatures!

  2. The zootles subscription would be perfect for my son! He absolutely love animals, so these books would be a very equal balance of amazing pictures and fact finding information to educate him in his favourite animals πŸ™‚

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