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Reviewed by Daniel D Staats for Readers' Favorite
Bridges are vital links in cities. John Russell Kerdolff has written a delightful children’s book telling how the animals in a local zoo leaped into action to repair a bridge that leads to the zoo. The zoo animals set up teams for different jobs in repairing the bridge. In Zoo to the Rescue, John shows how by working together, problems can turn into opportunities to excel. The animals worked together, realizing that every job was just as important as the other jobs. Parents can use this cute children’s book to help youngsters learn cooperation. Children need to know how to work together without jealousy. Each child is as important as every other child, no matter what their particular abilities are. Parents can use this book to teach their children in a fun and enjoyable way.
The colorful artwork of Marsha Naomi Kerdolff delightfully enhances the enjoyable text of Zoo to the Rescue. This book is written on a pre-school level so that children can climb up into their parents’ laps and enjoy some bonding. Parents can also help their children learn how to read the simple words in the book. Reading with your children can help youngsters bond and help them know that reading and learning new things is fun. As the parent of two grown children, I would have loved to have read this book to them years ago. Take advantage of your opportunity and read this book with and to your children.