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About the author:
Judy Maré was born and schooled in Zimbabwe and trained as a Graphic Designer at Michaelis Art School, UCT, South Africa. Living in beautiful Cape Town, Judy Maré is married with two children and has always enjoyed children's books and toys. She started work in fashion advertising and toy packaging but specialising in illustration, she has now been freelancing for over 30 years, with time spent working in New York and London. The last ten years Judy Maré has concentrated mainly on children's educational books with her illustrations appearing in over 80 publications. She has also illustrated My first book of Southern African Seashore Life and My first book of Southern African Ocean Life published by Random House Struik.
RESCUING RHINO an orphaned baby rhino finds a new home: plus FACTS about SAVING WILD ANIMALS and FUN ACTIVITIES to make and do
3 books in 1, suitable for ages 3-9 years,
includes a colourful, illustrated story about an orphaned baby rhino that is rescued during the filling of Kariba Dam in Zimbabwe. The little rhino is taken home by the Vet, who was part of Operation Noah and raised by his wife. He loves to play with the children and the many animals but he also loves to eat. Discover the fun of living with a young playful Rhino as he grows and grows. Then the time comes for him to be a wild rhino and find a new home back in the wild African bush.
The story is written very simply and can be used as an easy text for young children taking their first steps in reading, a bedtime story or ideal for classroom reading.
The story ends with a fun filled board game, Rescuing Rhino reliving what happens to baby Rhino after he is rescued and taken home to live with the Vet and his family - suitable for the whole family. The book also contains a ten page Fact section about Saving Wild Animals. Learn all about the world of wild animals and how we need to protect them. There is a special section on caring for orphaned baby animals, rehabilitating them to finally releasing them. The terrible plight of the world's Rhino population is highlighted in a section on Saving the Rhino.
Once you've read the story, learnt some very important facts, it's time to have fun with the Activity section. Eighteen pages of rhino inspired things to make and do. Painting, cutting, colouring-in, baking and loads more.
- Publication Date:
- 1502552337 / 9781502552334
- Page Count:
- Binding Type:
- US Trade Paper
- Trim Size:
- 8" x 10"
- Full Color with Bleed
- Related Categories:
- Juvenile Fiction / Animals / Hippos & Rhinos