Reina explores the zoo

(16 customer reviews)

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Let’s marvel at the beautiful creation!

Join Reina in her exciting adventure at the zoo. Stir your curiosities. Answer questions. Learn, explore and marvel at the beautiful and wonderful creations around us.

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Reina explores the zoo: Let’s marvel at the beautiful creation!

Join Reina in her exciting adventure at the zoo. Stir your curiosities. Answer questions. Learn, explore and marvel at the beautiful and wonderful creations around us.

Fun zoo animal picture book featuring different types of awesome creatures: farm and sea animals, insects and birds, and much more. Interactive questions to keep the little ones interested.

  • rhyming children’s book to learn and explore the zoo animals
  • Fun learning for children: explore farm and wild animals, and lots more
  • Engaging questions throughout the book to stir curiosities
  • Filled with colorful illustrations to both entertain and educate
  • For children of all backgrounds – Reading to your child
  • Also available in FrenchHaitian Creole, and Spanish
  • Search the accompanying workbook for more fun: Reina explores the Zoo – Coloring Book

Digital ISBN: 978-1-958816-19-6
Paperback ISBN: 978-1-958816-09-7
ISBN-10 ‏ : ‎ 1958816094
Publication date: October 17, 2022
Word Count: 626
Number of pages: 34
Language: English
Item weight: 3.52 ounces
Dimensions: 8.5 x 0.08 x 8.5 inches

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Weight 0.26 lbs
Dimensions 8.5 × 8.5 × 0.08 in
Format:

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16 reviews for Reina explores the zoo

  1. Sue E,

    Wonderfully illustrated, this is a great educational read
    United States 🇺🇸
    Cute children’s book about a trip to the zoo that not only teaches about animals and their names but also about which animals might not belong in a group. Wonderfully illustrated, this is a great educational read that children will enjoy.😍

  2. Ali T.

    What a cute little story about a trip to the zoo!
    United States 🇺🇸
    What a cute little story about a trip to the zoo! I liked that it rhymed throughout the story as well. I was impressed with how specific the author went with the type of animals they saw. Instead of “birds” it was “American Black vulture”. I thought the story was engaging, asking the reader to count, identify, and answer other questions.

    I thought the illustrations were just ok. Probably could have been a bit better, in my opinion.

  3. Sheri S.

    Very informative book about animals that children will love
    United States 🇺🇸
    Very informative book about animals that children will love. The types of animals are written in bold to make it easier to see them. The book talks about different types of animals to help to reader learn. The illustrations are beautiful and fit the story very well. Great book!👌

  4. Josh

    A cute and colorful book for parents to teach their kids
    United States 🇺🇸
    A cute and colorful book for parents to teach their kids about animals and the zoo. Many interactive questions to help with things like counting, observational skills and other thought provoking questions kids would love to answer 👍

  5. GMA

    Learn more about animals in this cute rhyming kids book.
    United States 🇺🇸
    A fun rhyming book for kids about the many animals you’d find at the zoo. Follow Reina, her family & her friends as they explore the zoo, learn about invertebrates, mammals & more.

    There are questions throughout the book to keep kids engaged. A fun book for kids & parents alike to learn more with fun facts & pictures.

  6. Abe C.

    A pleasant break, appropriate for young kids, a good introduction to the zoo
    United States 🇺🇸
    Good, simple book about a family going to the zoo, seeing animals, and having fun. Nothing extraordinary but good for the young ones. 👌 There are some interactive activities in the book also. A pleasant break, appropriate for young kids, a good introduction to the zoo and the animals who live there.

  7. Martha A.

    A fun book for kids & parents alike to learn about the zoo animals
    United States 🇺🇸
    A fun rhyming book for kids about the many animals you’d find at the zoo. Follow Reina, her family & her friends as they explore the zoo, learn about invertebrates, mammals & more.

    There are questions throughout the book to keep kids engaged. A fun book for kids & parents alike to learn more with fun facts & pictures. 🙌

  8. Donna

    Highly recommended and it’s a fun read!
    United Kingdom 🇬🇧
    I read this book with my five-year-old daughter and we really enjoyed it

    The story was easy to follow and my daughter was able to read the book to me which she really enjoyed as it helps her get more involved

    The illustrations for the book were nice and simple, they brought the story to life. I liked the layout of the book and that the book does engage the reader too which is a great touch

    It is 4 stars from me for this one, highly recommended and a fun read!

  9. Angie K.

    A nice picture book that I think many children in the age 4-7 range would enjoy
    United Kingdom 🇬🇧
    This rhyming picture book tells the story of a girl named Reina who goes to the zoo. There are many different animals she encounters while she is there and the text often gives some facts about the animals. I don’t think the book needed to rhyme or that it really would help children who are developing phonemic awareness, and as a result some of the words are actually more challenging than it could have been written without the rhyme, that being said, it is likely a book that will be read with an adult so the more challenging words isn’t really a problem. There were bold words so I was thinking there might be a glossary at the end but that was not the case, I’m wondering if the words connect to the additional activity book in some way? The font is pretty clean, however it is a bit hard to read at times based on colour and placement as it can be written over top of illustrations. Overall it is a nice picture book that I think many children in the age 4-7 range would enjoy.

  10. Suzan B, Librarian

    A good buy for both school and public libraries
    United Kingdom 🇬🇧

    Reina and her family have a great time on their trip to the zoo learning about, and looking at a great variety of beautiful animals, as well as having fun with a number of other activities. The colorful illustrations and the happy tone of the narration will be enjoyable to children and caretakers alike. Activities and a variety of animals make this a good supplemental text for an elementary school unit about animals for lower grades, and therefore a good buy for both school and public libraries.

  11. Makenzie K, Reviewer

    Love the illustrations and the rhymes
    United Kingdom 🇬🇧
    A very cute book. My 3-year-old loved the illustrations and rhymes and learning about the animals. I think it’s a perfect short story for everyone!

  12. Meghan C.

    I like the array of animals seen throughout the book and the interactions it creates
    United Kingdom 🇬🇧
    Simple pictures with bold colors makes this book not overwhelming for young readers. I like the array of animals seen throughout the book and the interactions it creates with the reader (i.e. counting the birds you see on a page). The animals are very cartoonish- real photos or realistic drawings of the animals could make this book more realistic.

  13. Jessyca Rodriguez

    Great book 👌
    Hollywood, Florida, United States 🇺🇸
    Kids enjoyed turning every page 😍

  14. Sally Wilsey

    Reina, her little brother Mom and Dad and two of her friends spend the day at the zoo. I like the animal names are in bold so you can further research about them. This book is in rhyme form but has an added bonus of it being interactive to engage in conversation with your children while reading it. Reins starts at the birds, goes to the insects and reptiles and ends up at the mammals. I like that the added information on the species is included and bigger words are explained. The illustrations are vivid and pleasing to look at. I especially like some of the animals facial expressions. Thank you to the author for enforcing to listen to the zoo personnel and parents for children to stay safe. I highly recommend this book for older toddlers and early elementary levels for learning and interactive parent time.

  15. Kitty B

    This is a fun interactive picture book with simple pictures with brilliant colors that will be pleasing to younger readers. I love the variety of animals throughout the book and the interaction created with the reader.

  16. Katie H

    I received a copy of this book through Netgalley. This is my honest review.

    This is a mostly rhyming story about a trip to the zoo. I say mostly because there were a couple lines that had no pair and couple lines with a word choice that didn’t quite rhyme. But the flow was fairly smooth, so those few rhyming issues weren’t too jarring.

    I liked how the story itself named so many different animals, although from my experience visiting zoos, except for the reptiles, bugs, and amphibians, you don’t typically find animals penned together or even near each other like this. Typically mammals aren’t all in one section, but rather separated based on where they’re found in the world, with the birds penned in a similar way. The discrepancy doesn’t really affect the story, but it bugged me.

    The pictures were colorful, but I was a little bothered by the anime eyes on the animals for some reason. They just seemed out of place to me. I would be okay reading this book a few times, but not too terribly many.

    Overall I give it 3.7 out of 5 stars.

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