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Title : Giant Pandas
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ISBN : 0823418286
Format Type : Paperback
Language : English
Publisher : Holiday House March 1, 2004
Number of Pages : 32 pages
File Size : 997 KB
Status : Available For Download
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Giant Pandas Reviews

  • JAS
    2019-03-13 14:19

    Very nice book and seems like kids up to third or fourth grade would find it interesting while younger kids won't be overly challenged. Artwork is very nice. Verbiage is great. Layout and size is great. I probably should have done hardback as I'm guessing this is going to get a good deal of use.

  • Teacher mom
    2019-02-20 18:08

    I am a second grade teacher. My students and I love all of Gail Gibbons's books. This one is no exception. It is clear and easy to understand, but it is in depth enough that even my higher level students learned something. My most challenging behavior students are drawn in and participate! Love it!

  • Angella Morin
    2019-02-20 20:18

    Pandas are beautiful creatures. This hopefully shows people to help defend for them as their land is almost gone......sad facts but important ones to make sure they don't become extinct.

  • Lynn Ellingwood
    2019-03-15 12:54

    I learned more about Giant Pandas from this book than I have ever learned before. It is fascinating how the Giant Pandas have evolved and how they live in the bamboo forests of China. Who can resist such beautiful animals? I hope they survive and can be seen 1,000 years from now.

  • Dr. Sue Margulis, Brookfield Zoo
    2019-02-26 16:13

    Superb illustrations, attention to detail, and one of the most charismatic and appealing mammals around combine to make Giant Pandas a sure hit, with its fascinating account of the natural history and behavior of the giant panda. Gail Gibbons' beautiful illustrations transport the reader to the rugged mountains of northern China that giant pandas call home. One third grader wrote: "I would read this book over and over and it would NEVER get boring. This book is a wonderful way to learn." The conservation message that is woven throughout the book provides a realistic though hopeful conclusion to a book that will enthrall children and parents.