Zoobooks is a children's wildlife magazine that delivers full-color photos, diagrams, and interactive activity pages allowing children a glimpse into the world of birds, reptiles, insects, and other animals found in nature.More Info >>
You Might Also Like
First published in 1980, Zoobooks is the ideal animals and nature magazine for children ages 6-12. Every issue is devoted to different animals, insects, birds, or reptiles, and is packed with fascinating facts that are overseen by a variety of zoologists, animal experts, and zookeepers to ensure accuracy.
Zoobooks is the perfect magazine for children who enjoy color photos, informational diagrams, and captions that describe the anatomy, habitat, and life cycle of their favorite birds, reptiles, insects, and other animals found throughout nature. With 9 full-color issues, there's no shortage of engaging animal fun! >br>
Each issue contains an activities section, which features a hands-on selection of age-appropriate games, word search puzzles, secret codes, and picture puzzles. Your child will also receive a vivid pull-out poster featuring the main animal, bird, insect, or reptile on the cover of the issue. Readers of all ages are encouraged to share their own stories, poems, and drawings about what they've learned from every issue, with a chance to have their work featured in a future issue of Zoobooks.
Children who love nature and its various animals will love every colorful, fun-packed issue of Zoobooks magazine!
Automatic Renewal Service:For your convenience, this publication is part of the Automatic Renewal Service. You will receive all the benefits of our automatic renewal program. 100% Satisfaction Guarantee - cancel at any time!
Create A Personal Gift Announcement Card
You will need a printer connected to the computer in order to print the Gift Announcement Card.
If you would prefer to enter your information by hand after printing, just leave these fields blank and select "Print Gift Announcement".
Other Gift Options
Gift Subscription Options
On the Review step during checkout, you will have the option to mail a FREE postcard to the recipient announcing that a gift has been purchased for them. You schedule the date the card will be mailed; send it immediately or hold for perfect timing with a special occasion.
Perfect for the last-minute shoppers! During checkout, check the "Gift Subscription" checkbox next to the magazine you want to send as a gift and enter your gift announcement options.
Interested In More Gifts? Visit the Gift Center to discover great gift suggestions for everyone on your list.
Reviewed by 4 customers
Displaying reviews 1-4
My six and eight yr. old love receiving Zoobooks magazine. I like that one animal is featured in each magazine. The articles must be read to children in 3rd gr. and under, though the articles are very informative.
As mom to a 7 year old boy, I was looking for something for him to read that was both educational as well as interesting for him. He is a rising 2nd grader and loves to read Zoobooks magazine, plus getting mail with his name was a great thing to him! While he greatly enjoyed the overall content of the 1st magazine, some of it was still a bit tricky for him to read alone (and he's actually a great reader for his age group). The overall length of the articles are a bit long for a young reader alone and use new words for him (but he liked that--but meant I couldn't leave him to read it alone. But I feel like it is something that he is learning from as it was detailed, as well as not being totally loaded with ads! Love that!
My boys have been getting this for a little over a year. They love it!! They get so excited when their own magazine comes in. I think it is an awesome way to teach children about the creatures of our earth!
This has been a GREAT FIND! I have a son who is a true ANIMAL LOVER at heart and he LOVES these. I love them because they are full of interesting pictures & photographs plus things I never knew about animals I have known about all my life (like how eagles and other birds of prey have 3 eyelids!) We ordered National Geographic for kids but it was too cluttered with adds and funky graphics that it lost my son's interest. He asks to read/look at these....