In this fun and informative audiobook, kids will learn about the different habitats of animals all around the world. From rainforests to deserts, they’ll discover where various creatures make their homes – and how they survive in such unique environments. Funny animal illustrations accompany each lively description, making learning about nature even more enjoyable!
For who is this book for ?
This book is for children who are interested in learning about the different habitats of animals all around the world. With funny animal illustrations and lively descriptions, this audiobook makes learning about nature enjoyable for kids.
- The book is entertaining and informative.
- The animal illustrations are funny and engaging.
- The book provides interesting information about different habitats around the world.
- The illustrations could be better
- The audiobook is a bit too loud and can’t be turned down
- The information might not be entirely accurate
Learn more about the author
Michael Dahl is the prolific author of more than one hundred books for children, including picture books, middle grade fiction, and young adult novels. He has been awarded three times with the prestigious Newbery Honor Award from the American Library Association.
“My grandson loves learning about where animals live and this book does a great job of that. The interesting facts combined with the funny illustrations held his attention from start to finish.”
“My daughter loves this audiobook! She’s learned so much about where animals live and how they adapt to their surroundings.”
“My daughter is always asking me questions about the animal kingdom and where different creatures live. I think this audiobook will be a great way to introduce her to some new environments, as well as teaching her more about those she’s already familiar with.”
“My son loves this audiobook! He always asks me to stop at the ducks’ section so he can listen to it again. The descriptions are very detailed, but also easy for kids to understand, and the illustrations are adorable.”