My posts are loosely based on emotions/mental drama and anguish while introducing you to some books bearing the same or closely related titles/themes.
We're going to the zoo, zoo, zoo. How about you, you, you. You can come to, to to. We're going to the zoo. Zoo. Zoo!
While this post is not based on an emotion, telling a preschool girl of an upcoming trip to the zoo has evoked an emotion of happiness and lots of talking. No matter how many times we visit a zoo she is always excited. Aren't kids great?! Well, most of the time.
The innocence of my little one is so refreshing, her little mind open to learning and exploring. A bad day for her is, well I don't think she has any bad days. Her life is filled with apples, bubbles, crayons, Dora, Elmo, fairies, glitter, pixies, make believe costumes, pirates, riding her bike, Zou, playing in the dirt and lots of laughs, hugs and kisses.
As she grows older I pray she will have fond memories of visits to the zoo and the excitement, wonder and joy of each day!
Zoo on the Bookshelf
Welcome to the crazy world of Gerald McGrew who dreams of transforming his local zoo into a madcap menagerie of weird and wonderful beasts.
In the tradition of "Marley & Me" comes an unforgettable memoir about the mysteries of the animal kingdom, the power of family, and the triumph of hope over tragedy in this chronicle of the Mee family's purchase of the Dartmoor Wildlife Park, a dilapidated zoo in the English countryside.Weinstein Books