Story 5 - Episodes 9 & 10 - A Safari Adventure
Books Mentioned in this Podcast
Meet Chloe: Every week, she collects loose change so she can buy tickets to ride the merry-go-round. But one fateful day, she gets lost in the woods on her way home, and a large dragon leaps out from-"Wait It's supposed to be a lion," says Mac Barnett, the author of this book. But Adam Rex, the illustrator, thinks a dragon would be so much cooler (don't you agree?). Ages 5 to 8.
In this latest installment of the Cat in the Hat's Learning Library, the Cat takes Sally and Nick to Africa--where they meet some really big cats--and all sorts of other animals, too, including elephants, zebra, giraffe, hippos, warthogs, buffalo, baboons, side-striped jackals, spotted hyena, galagos, pythons, vipers, and six kinds of antelope. Ages 4 to 8.
Jungle Rumble is about creatures in the wild. Kaaren Pixton's art is bright, swirling with color, and reminiscent of Eric Carle, and it attains an almost 3D richness on the special paper-like stock of the book. Ages 1 to 2.
Little Red is on her way to visit Auntie Rosie with a basket of goodies and some spot medicine. Along the way she meets the Very Hungry Lion. The Lion is eager to gobble up Little Red. The Lion's plan doesn't work out the way he wanted. Little Red and the Very Hungry Lion is a fractured fairy tale version of Little Red Riding Hood. It's a classic fairy tale with a safari twist. Ages 4 to 7.
Everything you ever wanted to know about zebras! Ages 4 to 8.
This book shows readers the battle that occurs when a crocodile tries to eat a wildebeest.. Ages 7 to 9.
What would happen if a lion and a tiger met each other? What if they were both hungry? What if they had a fight? Who do you think would win? Ages 7 to 10.
Follow Jane from her childhood in London watching a robin on her windowsill, to her years in the African forests of Gombe, Tanzania, invited by brilliant scientist Louis Leakey to observe chimps, to her worldwide crusade to save these primates who are now in danger of extinction, and their habitat. Ages 4 to 8.
Join Arusha, Mosi, Tumpe and their Maasai friends as they set out on a counting journey through the grasslands of Tanzania. Along the way, the children encounter all sorts of animals including elephants, lions and monkeys, while counting from one to ten in both English and Swahili. The lively, rhyming text is accompanied by an illustrated guide to counting in Swahili, a map, notes about each of the animals, and interesting facts about Tanzania and the Maasai people. A portion of the proceeds from the sale of each book will be donated to the African Wildlife Foundation, to aid their wildlife conservation and community building efforts in Tanzania. Ages 5 to 8.
Every morning a very large and very snappy crocodile shouts this selfish message: Stay away from my river It's MY river If you come in my river, I'll eat you all ' The animals in the forest don't know what to do. They are frightened of the crocodile. Even the fish, tadpoles, frogs, crabs and crayfish stay out of the water. Until one day the creatures are woken by a loud groaning sound which turns out to be the selfish crocodile in a lot of pain, and the smallest of them all, a little mouse, finds a way to solve their snappy dilemma Astoundingly bright, bold illustrations bring to life all the wonderful creatures of the forest in a rainbow of colors. Ages 1 to 5
). A cumulative rhyme relating how Ki-pat brought rain to the drought-stricken Kapiti Plain. Verna Aardema has brought the original story closer to the English nursery rhyme by putting in a cumulative refrain and giving the tale the rhythm of "The House That Jack Built.” Ages 5 to 8.
Known as the King of Beasts, the lion has always been a symbol of strength and courage. But there was one real lion that earned the title of Lion King. He was known simply by name: Cecil. News of his tragic death spread across the globe like wildfire, raising questions to an unprecedented level about our relationship to our animals and our planet. Ages 4 to 8.
In June 2002, a very unusual ceremony begins in a far-flung village in western Kenya. A mere nine months have passed since the September 11 attacks, and hearts are raw. Tears flow freely from American and Maasai as these legendary warriors offer their gift to a grieving people half a world away. Ages 4 to 8.
Come face to face with our vanishing wildlife. Using unique Photicular technology, Wild brings to vivid life the animals who are under threat of extinction. It turns abstract numbers and names into touching and unforgettable images. Wild captures eight endangered animals in living motion. We see gorillas at play, a rhinoceros and its baby trotting across the savanna, a pangolin skittering along the landscape, an elephant bathing in a river. Ages 7 to 11.