Bei Bei Goes Home: A Panda Story
It’s August 2015 and little Bei Bei is soon to become a sensation. He and his twin are welcomed with open arms at the National Zoo in Washington, DC. Zookeepers and volunteers monitor the newborn giant pandas around the clock. His twin only lives for a few days, but Bei Bei survives, and fans from all over the world tune in to see his progress over the Internet. He’s adventurous, performing acrobatics and rolling in sweet pumpkin spice. At the ripe age of four, he makes the long voyage to China, where he’ll live out the rest of his days on native soil.
Children will love this non-fiction masterpiece. Bei Bei and his journey from embryo to adulthood will intrigue them. They’ll discover his birth as a miracle in itself, a result of decades of collaboration between two diverse nations. They’ll find a picture of the First Ladies of both countries gathered to publicly announce his name.
An ideal classroom resource for educators providing instruction on topics ranging from environmental awareness to wildlife conservation to the life cycle of animals, this text will spark the interest of many. Students from first to fourth grade will benefit from its contents and the vast knowledge they’ll acquire from it.
|Page Count||48 pages|
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