ZooBooks Review & Giveaway!

ZooBooks Review & Giveaway!

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ZooBooks Review & Giveaway!

Did I say giveaway?  Yes I did!  You can enter to win a two-year subscription of the original ZooBooks. That’s 9 issues a year.  Plus the prize includes a digital subscription.  The original value for both is $49.90!  So enter to win today, and share it on social media to gain more entries!  More about that at the end of our review.

My daughter has loved ZooBooks for years.  She has a well-worn, pages ripped, and covers torn stack of ZooBooks magazines she will not get rid of.  I was pleased to be able to review the Zoobies, Zootles, ZooBooks, and ZooDino magazines with her and my neighborhood kids.

All the kids really enjoyed looking through the magazines.  Each and every one said they wanted a subscription.

Zoobooks is a magazine for kids ages 6-12, Zootles for kids 3-6, and Zoobies for kids 0-3. Founded in 1980, Zoobooks encourages a lifelong love of reading and nature. ZooDinos is a brand new series! 

Spring Subscription Sale!
ZooBooks has a new coupon!  They are introducing their new Dinosaur Magazine, Zoodinos!
Spring fling, Give One, Get One! (2-4-1) on all their magazines.

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Zoobooks is designed for animal lovers. The encyclopedia of animals, is a series containing 58 different titles on animals from A to Z. Each Zoobooks contains facts about a specific animal or group of animals and includes interactive pullout activity pages to help children enjoy learning! In a trademark design, words, captivating photographs and beautiful illustrations work together to make complex concepts easily understandable. Zoobooks are published 9 times a year. 6 Zoobooks arrive monthly and 3 Zoobooks bi-monthly: March/April , May/June and July/August.

My daughter grabbed the ZooBooks mag as soon as it arrived.  She’s been begging me for a subscription ever since.  The two friends of hers that were here also really liked it.  This month’s issue is about elephants.  It’s got some great, detailed information about the animal, and some awesome captioned pictures.  There are some fun, learning activities to do too.  I may be slightly older than 12, 😉 but I have to say that the magazine was very interesting and informative.

Zoobies begins a lifetime of animal learning fun for the littlest learners ages 0-3.  Zoobies includes ways to learn about your favorite animals together, early learning concepts like counting, size, colors, and shapes, and toddler tough pages in a size (6 1/2″ x 6″) just right for little hands.  Zoobies by subscription are published 6 times a year arriving by mail at the beginning of: January, March, May, July, September and November.

I don’t have anyone here that’s under three anymore, but I do have a friend with a one-year-old.  This is a nice, sturdy book-like magazine.  It will definitely hold up to sticky fingers, and chewy toddlers.  It’s filled with big, bold photos, along with information about the critters in picture book form, that can be read to them by an older sibling.  I think little ones would really like this.

Zootles:  Share wild animal learning fun with kids ages 3-6. Zootles inspires pre-readers and beginning readers to love learning and reading. Each Zootles features a letter, phonetic sound, number or concept to encourage early learning and lay a foundation for success in school.  Zootles by subscription are published 6 times a year arriving by mail at the beginning of: January, March, May, July, September and November. 

This one is like a mid-way point magazine.  Good for younger or older kids. It has lots of pictures, and fun pages, but perfect for beginning readers.  There is a story in addition to information tid-bits. Each month’s magazine focuses on a letter and number.  This one was about tigers, with the letter I, and the number 6. The kids who perused this magazine really, really liked it. I’ll admit, I sat down and read this one too… and enjoyed it.

ZooDinos: Dinosaurs come alive for kids in the new Dinosaurs book series from Zoobooks. Each edition in the Dinosaur series follows the award-winning Zoobooks approach: combining spectacular scientifically-correct
 illustrations with engaging text, tailored for early learning.

ZooDinos is a new series, and my daughter and her friends thoroughly enjoyed this one.  Dinosaurs are popular, so I can see why this went over well.  My daughter has picked this up to read it three times already since we received it.  It has a lot of information explained in a fun way with lots and lots of pictures and stories.

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Also included in our review shipment were a sheet of stickers and a tiger poster.  My daughter may have just turned 13, which is above the ZooBook’s recommended age, but she absolutely loved them, along with the magazines.
If you have kids of any range who love animals, I think ZooBooks has it covered.  I remember them from back in the 80’s with the original ZooBooks. They’ve done well with expanding their magazine to encompass children of all ages. I recommend them wholeheartedly.
Have a grandchild, nephew, niece, Godchild? You can give gift subscriptions as well.

Now for the giveaway! (If the script below does not work for you, you may enter here


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