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Kids Can Press Book Review: And the Winner Is…Amazing Animal Athletes

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And the Winner Is...Amazing Animal Athletes And the Winner Is…Amazing Animal Athletes by Etta Kaner

Have your kids ever asked you “What animal can jump the highest?” or “What is the fasted animal?’. You can find out in this book, And the Winner Is…Amazing Animal Athletes. This book is “set” at the World Animal Games where animals compete in sporting events like the long jump and sprinting. The author provides stats on the four animals that are “competing” in an event. Find out who wins in at the high jump, sprinting, weight lifting, swimming, long jump, aerobatics, and marathon races!

From Kids Can Press:

  • In this unique facts book, animals compete in sporting events such as high jump, swimming and weight lifting. Readers are encouraged to guess which animal will win before turning the page, while walrus and cockatoo “announcers” provide funny commentary and interesting statistics about the athletes’ amazing abilities. This is a winning format for kids who want to know which animals can be faster, stronger and more powerful, and how humans compare.

And the Winner Is...Amazing Animal Athletes

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    Sherry Compton
    June 3, 2013 at 4:28 pm

    My grand kids would love this. They are both very interested in animals of all kinds and enjoy learning. Kids ask these types of questions, and it’s great when books are there for fun, education time. Plus, I would enjoy reading these to them. Interesting conversations could come from it.

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