‘Fun and educational books for children’
The Beauty Contest at the Zoo
Suggested age range:
290 x 240, Paperback
“A fun, rhyming story set in a fictional zoo”.
The animals are bored and are looking for something to do while they wait for Bertie the zookeeper to open the gates.
Bertie’s daughter, Maisie, suggests a beauty contest and the animals take it in turns to tell her why they think that they should win.
Children learn about the traits of each animal and also that, although creatures may be different, they are all beautiful in their own way.
This important message ties in with Key Stage 1 diversity topics.
Sales of this book help to raise funds for the conservation charity, World Land Trust.
Fun way to introduce a Key Stage 1 topic
Colourful and amusing illustrations by artist Vicky Fieldhouse
Engaging rhyming text
Suitable for both girls and boys
Important underlying message
Part of the proceeds donated to World Land Trust (patrons Sir David Attenborough, David Gower OBE and Chris Packham)
Printed in the UK on carbon-balanced paper (accredited by World Land Trust)