The Little Book of Safari Animal Sounds
About other titles in the series, which to date have sold 65,000 copies:
The Little Book of Woodland Bird Songs
"An excellent home purchase, but it should certainly also be considered by libraries and classrooms that are willing to accept some wildlife sounds. Highly Recommended."
--Canadian Review of Materials
The Little Book of Backyard Bird Songs
"A 'trilling' way to bring natural history into the nursery."
"One of the very few items with a battery that I like for young children."
"The sounds and selected facts may spark an interest in venturing out into the backyard 'wild' to glimpse some of its avian residents."
"The naturalist in me adores this book!"
Children (and adults) will marvel over the haunting sounds of the African savannah featured in this companion to The Little Book of Backyard Bird Songs. The roaring lions, laughing hyenas and trumpeting elephants will transport readers on a sensory adventure surpassed only by a real safari.
The interactive board book is designed for any age with features safe for young readers. The pages are easy to turn and feature fascinating facts and "Did You Know" sidebars alongside a beautifully rendered portrait of the animal. The twelve sound buttons and high-quality sound module are encased in durable plastic with a one-inch (3 cm) speaker for clarity.
The 12 safari animals featured are:
- African Fish Eagle
- African Elephant
- Spotted Hyena
- Black-backed Jackal
- Grey Go-away Bird
- Pearl-spotted Owlet
- Plains Zebra
- Bubbling Kassina Frog
- Chacma Baboon
The Little Book of Safari Sounds is the perfect gift for anyone who loves nature and exotic animals.
About the Author
Andrea Pinnington and Caz Buckingham have one main objective -- to inspire the next generation to get out and appreciate the natural world. The wonder of the sound book format is that it allows them to take children and their families to places they may never visit in a wonderfully multi-sensory and immediate way. Caz Buckingham and Andrea Pinnington are the founders of Fine Feather Press, which promotes a love of nature in children from an early age. They live near Farnham, UK.