Panda Kindergarten by Joanne Ryder

Boys Without NamesLate August or early September marks the beginning of school for most students. With that in mind, I thought it would be especially fun to blog a school book, although Panda Kindergarten isn’t really the type of school that human students attend. It’s a panda school! This kindergarten class is at the Wolong Nature Reserve in China, where the young pandas are protected and taught skills that they might use for future life in the wild.

The photographs that accompany each page are simply adorable. The reader will enjoy learning about the care the pandas receive from birth through their year in kindergarten. The last page offers some interesting Fast Facts about giant pandas. For instance, did you know that a newborn giant panda is about 4 ounces at birth, but will grow to weigh over 200 pounds?

Anyone who likes animals will be sure to delight watching these cuddly little bears as they play and learn!

Posted by: Wendy

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