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How Many Baby Pandas? (edition 2011)

by Sandra Markle

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This book combines colorful pictures of basic counting skills to outline the baby panda's life starting at birth to adulthood. The author also discusses there life in captivity until they are released out in the wild. This book also contains information about there diet and how they are endangered.
  Shoshanabrmsn | Jun 9, 2014 |
Sandra Markle takes readers through the different stages of a Panda's life. From the small 4 oz baby panda cub with close to no hair, to efforts being made to help keep the pandas environment intact, the life of the panda unfolds.
  psuchilit14 | Mar 16, 2014 |
The story tells how a group of animal scientists work to help save the panda bear. ( )
  rnelson12 | Jun 14, 2013 |
I was smiling through the entirety of this book. I think it's safe to say pandas are now my favorite animal because of this book (not sure if because of pictures or the amount I learned about Pandas). I did love that at the end of this informational, and counting book, about pandas that it said the crisis happening with pandas and how there is only a limited number alive today and that it's hard for them to find a mate. It also talked about what the China government is doing to try and keep pandas alive and help them reproduce so that they don't end up going extinct.
The book was a counting book all about things like; "How many pandas are sleeping", "How many pandas are eating" etc. It gave facts about how many baby pandas a mom gives birth to in their lifetime (on average), how pandas eat and what they eat, the process of their growth and where they are developmentally at certain milestones etc. It also said at the end of the book that these animals are endangered and what the Chinese government is doing to help keep them a part of our world today. Which I thought was important information and great for children to know. ( )
  Ashley_Peterson | Jun 8, 2013 |
This book is a wonderful book on pandas and how they grow, where they live, and their endangerment. It is also a number book. The questions about pandas include numbers that are sequenced from one to eight. This book would be good for children as young as preschool because of the numbers and can also be used for book reports by older children. They can learn about endangered animal species.
  Wakana | Mar 18, 2013 |
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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0802797830, Hardcover)

Baby pandas abound as readers learn how they live and grow.

Science expert Sandra Markle bumps up the cuteness factor in this adorable photo essay featuring the eight panda pairs that were born during a baby boom at China’s Wolong Giant Panda Breeding and Research Center in 2005. Basic counting skills combine with panda facts to introduce readers to numbers and these cuddly cubs, from the moment they were born to the time they started climbing trees. Tracked as they play and grow in captivity, until they are strong enough to be released into the wild, these baby pandas will steal any reader’s heart, whether it’s one at a time or sixteen at once!

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Looks at the eight panda pairs that were born at China's Wolong Giant Panda Breeding and Research Center in 2005, examining how they live, grow, and play and the steps that are being taken to prepare them for their release into the wild.

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