Saturday, March 7, 2015

Review: ZooBorns Motherly Love: Celebrating the Mother-Baby Bond at the World's Zoos and Aquariums

An adorable installment in the ZooBorns series, ZooBorns Motherly Lovecelebrates the special bond between exotic animal mothers and their babies from every corner of the globe: “Animal babies make conservation cute,” raves The New York Times.
ZooBorns Motherly Love is all about mothers and their babies. Photographs that capture the power of a mother’s love consistently attract explosive interest on the wildly popular ZooBorns website, and now, for the first time, they have been collected in this book. ZooBorns Motherly Love explores the special role mothers play in our lives: they do more for us than they do for themselves, worry about us more than we’ll ever know, and love us more than anyone else can…no matter their species. By highlighting these adorable and recognizable moments, from a sea otter cradling her newborn pup to a lioness gently tugging her cub back to her side, ZooBorns connects you to the animals featured here and builds awareness for the challenges these species face in the wild. Remember, these babies are much more than just irresistible furry faces. They are ambassadors for their species, helping educate about conservation while they entertain. In fact, 10 percent of all ZooBorns’ revenue from the sale of these books goes directly to the Association of Zoos and Aquariums’ Conservation Endowment Fund.
This book is sure to put a smile on your face and warm your heart.

We received this book via NetGalley to give an honest review.

When we started reading this book I literally thought I had gotten a bad copy. I tried this book on my kindle and my nook along with the computer just in case it was an issue with the ereader. That was not what was wrong. We got a sample issue of the book which wasn't explained until I contacted NetGalley and they informed me of this. 

So this review is based on the sample that we were issued. 
The book seems like it would be a cute and fun read on baby animals and their mothers in a zoo. The two pictures that were in the book was of a sea otter and a hippo and just seeing them we both were like awww how cute. Then K replied with can we go to the zoo.  I just hope on the final book that will be published that were are a lot of different pictures of animals.
There did seem to be some formatting issues as most of the words were broken up and didn't fit on the page so it did make it hard to read. 

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