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LIONS: Fun Facts and Amazing Photos of Animals in Nature (Amazing Animal Kingdom Book 12) by [Child, Emma]
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LIONS: Fun Facts and Amazing Photos of Animals in Nature (Amazing Animal Kingdom Book 12) Kindle Edition

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Hear him roar! It’s the king of the jungle—I mean, the king of the savanna! King of the savanna? What? Before you go thinking we’re crazy, check out this amazing children book LIONS: Fun Facts and Amazing Photos of Animals in Nature for yourself! Written especially for kids, this fun-filled adventure will take you on a whirlwind trip to Africa and Asia, where you will be up close and personal with lions in the wild!

Follow along with the powerful lioness as she goes on her nightly hunting trips to capture prey for her little ones. Meet the rare White Lion—considered to be lucky by the people of Africa. Learn about the animals that lions like to eat—and the animals that like to eat lions!

This wonderful kids book is truly a must have collection to any bookshelf, library, classroom or eBook reader. Reading to children can create a lifelong bond between you and your child. In this amazing children book, you will find that the sentence structure is well designed for young children. It's short paragraphs and easy to read words makes this book an wonderful story for children, parents and even primary school teachers.

See for yourself how lions live in zoos, and meet a brave woman who actually kept a lion as her pet. Explore and learn all about lion homes and families, welcome a litter of adorable baby cubs to the world, prepare to be amazed by a crazy list of lion fun facts—and much, much more! It’s all here in this action-packed, information-filled frenzy of fun with lions! You will never see these big cats the same way again!

Scroll up, GRAB A COPY TODAY and curl up with a good story and your child today! Don't miss out on an opportunity to fortify your child's mind as well as their hearts.

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 814 KB
  • Print Length: 31 pages
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
  • Language: English
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  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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  • Word Wise: Enabled
  • Screen Reader: Supported
  • Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars 2 customer reviews
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #974,872 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Lions, Fun Facts is an entertainingly fun read. I pick these up for the kids and I enjoy them as much as they do. This edition covers a lot of ground on Loins as to their habitat, characteristics, traits, and other interesting facts about these big cats. Overall, a fun read that the kids love and everyone learns something new about this fascinating animal.
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The second largest cat in the world, with a roar to match, can walk so quietly you won't hear it until it breathes into your ear, but do you know how?
Find this out and much more, in this great book for kids of all ages.
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Amazon.com: 4.7 out of 5 stars 28 reviews
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5.0 out of 5 stars Excellent eBook for children and adults! June 30 2015
By Daisy S - Published on Amazon.com
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Since I was a child, I loved to go to the zoo to see the lions. However, I really did not know much about them. Although this book is basically for children, it is also educational for adults as well. Inside this book are large color pictures of lions and many of them.

This book is fun to read and has interesting facts like: male lions help with the young and that females do the hunting. I was also suprised to discover that the lions have such a widely varied diet, fir example the eat very large animals to tiny orey such as rodents, lizards and rabbits.

I really enjoyed reading this splendid book and highly recommend for all ages. Also, if you read to a child or children, this is an excellent book to read!

A 5 star book in my opinion!
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars The Incredible Lion Oct. 22 2014
By prisrob - Published on Amazon.com
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The incredible lion, is certainly correct. When you have finished reading this book, you will know more about lions than you ever expected to know.

The author, Emma Child, has once again written a superb book about an amazing animal, the lion. In this book you will also see amazing photos, and if you click on the photo it will enlarge. Parents/teachers will enjoy reading this book to their children. Most every child has seen a lion in the zoo. Zoos keep the lions safe, but we all know lions would prefer to live in the wilds. Lions can run as fast as 50 miles per hour, much faster than many other animals. Male animals always have manes, and the female lions known as a lioness prefer the dark manes to light manes. Male lions stay at home to protect their babies and other lions in their family or prides. The female lions go out and hunt their meals. Lions like to eat meat, and the lioness goes out at night to get their meat. There are so many fun facts in this book. I really liked looking at the photos, the lions are big, beautiful animals.

Recommended. prisrob 10-22-14
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5.0 out of 5 stars The cat who DOESN'T walk alone Oct. 22 2014
By Whistlers Mom - Published on Amazon.com
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This is another fine book in an out-standing series. Ms. Child's books are well-written, entertaining, and informative and this one is no exception.

The image we have of cats (large and small) as aloof and solitary doesn't apply to the gregarious, family-loving lion. I can't imagine any child not loving this book, which explains how prides of African lions use teamwork, cooperation, and trust to survive and thrive in a harsh environment. It's "family values" at its very best.

The author also discusses the role of zoos and preserves in educating the public about these magnificent animals and our responsibility to them. I completely agree with her that big cats have no place in a circus and I'm always happy to support shows which do not exploit them.

The pictures are wonderful, even on my black-and-white Kindle. This is an unusually well-done children's ebook.
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Yes, the facts and photos and partly storytelling method are fun! June 30 2015
By Rob Natiuk - Published on Amazon.com
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My wife, a lover of lions, has said to a full-grown 500 pound lion: "Here, kitty, kitty, kitty!" The lion never came to her, and there were bars in the way. That's one way to observe lions. Or go on a safari to Lion Country. Or go to this excellent book with brilliant photos and easy narration. The author pretends to take us on a lion safari, and that's a neat touch for younger readers. There we'll observe Leo and Leona and their little cubs who stay in the pride until about three to four years old. Then they leave to be on their own.

Savannas, not jungles, are where lions generally live. What do they eat? How do they hunt? Any enemies? Where else besides Africa do lions live in the wild? Asia. Circuses -- not the kindest place for lions. Book ends with "A FEW FUN FACTS." Runs up to 50 miles per hour. Ever hear of ligers and tigons? You will in this book. And have fun visiting lions in a safe place -- on these pages!
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5.0 out of 5 stars A Great Booklet to Stock a Child's iPad or Kindle this Christmas. The New Stocking Stuffers Oct. 22 2014
By Rocky - Published on Amazon.com
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This 31 page booklet is beautifully written, has outstanding photographs and includes a couple nuggets of information that will surprise many adults.

I especially loved her enticing style of writing, sure to grab attention among her core audience. I bet a lot of parents and grandparents will be reading this book to their toddlers this Christmas season. I can see how this could be a great slideshow/audiobook.

Having praised Lions: Fun Facts and Amazing Photos of Animals in Nature, I do need to point out that south of the equator, the rainy season is during December and January, which is Summer there.

Also, early on there is one very minor typo in which the word a should have been as, [should read, '...prides are very small, with as few as three lions in each one.'

And, near the end of the book, one more very minor typo. It was a repeated word, "such such" which is not especially important. I'm only pointing it out so the author can correct this otherwise perfect booklet.

Incidentally, only two typos in 31 pages is better than most any other Kindle book I've read. So, really, I am giving her kudos for her editing.

Once again, the photographs she has spaced throughout are among the best I've come across in a Kindle book.

I love this book and intend to gift it to some of my grand nephews and nieces. Sadly, though, neither of my sons has thus far bocome a father, so I have no grandchildren to gift to.

Then again, though, we have some great children at our church, so, I guess I will be spending some funds for our local youth.

A young, growing mind is a great beauty to nourish with the sort of facts in LIONS: Fun Facts and Amazing Photos of Animals in Nature.