A Book For Kids About Pandas: The Giant Panda Bear [Kindle Edition]
This book about the Giant Panda was written for children from 5 to 12 years of age. Due to the detailed nature of animal life, it is appropriate to be read by an adult to younger children.
The Giant Panda is a fascinating creature that has captured the world’s heart as it struggles near the brink of extinction. Learn about its unique habitat and find out answers to the following questions:
Where are pandas normally found in the wild?
How do the panda’s eyes differ from other bears?
What types of food does the panda eat? Does the panda eat any meat?
How nutritious is the food that pandas eat?
How many cubs can a mother panda raise at a time?
Does the father panda help with raising the cub?
Are pandas territorial?
How many cubs can a mother panda have in her lifetime? How often can she give birth?
How does the panda eat?
Why are pandas shaped the way they are? Why are panda heads round?
What does the panda spend most of its time doing?
What do baby pandas look like when they are first born?
How big do pandas get?
How heavy do pandas weigh?
How long do panda live in the wild and in captivity?
Does the Giant Panda belong in the bear family or the raccoon family?
Why is the panda on the endangered species list?
How is mankind helping to increase the panda’s numbers?
How does the birth rate affect the number of pandas?
Find out the answers to the above questions and much more. This book contains over 40 amazing and descriptive pictures of the beautiful Giant Panda.
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Maximum Security (A Dog Park Mystery) (Lia Anderson Dog Park Mysteries) [Kindle Edition]
It’s not like she’s going to do anything dangerous . . .
When Detective Peter Dourson arrests a nice stranger for the brutal murder of a dog park regular, he begs his girlfriend, artist Lia Anderson, to stay out of it. But her best patron takes the woman under her wing, and Renee insists her new friend needs help. Lia isn’t going to do much, just ask a few questions. Surely that won’t lead to trouble.
Besides, she’s got an escape-artist foster dog to deal with. Not to mention Peter’s desire for a commitment she’s not ready to make.
Lia’s dog park friends refuse to be left out in this romp of a mystery laced with humor, dogs, and love.
Debbie grew up in the UK in the East London suburb of Barking. She has lived in Israel, New York and North Carolina and somehow ended up in St. Louis, where for the last 14 years she has worked as a freelance puzzle constructor of word puzzles and logic problems. She lives with her husband, two children and a very opinionated feline. She believes that with enough tea and dark chocolate you can achieve anything!