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Wild Animal Baby
List Price: $19.95
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Availability: Usually ships in 1 to 3 months
Manufacturer: National Wildlife Federation
Average Customer Rating: Average rating of 4.5/5Average rating of 4.5/5Average rating of 4.5/5Average rating of 4.5/5Average rating of 4.5/5

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Binding: Magazine
First Issue Lead Time: 6-10
Format: Magazine Subscription
Issues Per Year: 10
Label: National Wildlife Federation
Magazine Type: Consumer magazine
Manufacturer: National Wildlife Federation
Number Of Issues: 10
Publisher: National Wildlife Federation
Release Date: 2001-11-23
Studio: National Wildlife Federation
Subscription Length: 365

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Editorial Reviews:

Wild Animal Baby is for children aged 12 months to 3 years, this new board magazine will delight toddlers and their parents. Wonderful animal photos, short picture stories and fun activities make learning about nature delightfully fun. Non-toxic and safe for toddlers. Published 10 times per year.


Spotlight customer reviews:

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Summary: Perfect Magazine for Toddlers
Comment: My son also has a subscription to Your Big Backyard, and we use both of them as part of his pre-school curriculum.

The style of this magazine is like a board book, although the pages aren't as thick, and sometimes the binding can come loose. I just tape it together, and it's not a problem.

Each issue highlights a letter of the alphabet, some form of counting, identifying shapes and colors, as well as all the animals featured. Towards the end of the magazine is a short story featuring the same characters each issue.

The magazine also includes songs, poems, and recipes, just to name some of the other interesting information provided. The size of the magazines makes it easy for my son to store them in his toddler desk.

Reading the issues over and over has become part of our daily routine.

Customer Rating: Average rating of 1/5Average rating of 1/5Average rating of 1/5Average rating of 1/5Average rating of 1/5
Summary: No review yet
Comment: I ordered this through Amazon because ordering it through the National Wildlife Federation website was not successful--and I tried twice. The magazine has not yet arrived so I cannot review it. I can review the NWF's website as difficult to negotiate. If it never arrives I'll have an opinion about that too.

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Summary: Not Really A "Board Magazine"
Comment: I ordered this magazine for my 2 year old grandson. He is constantly trying to take his big sister's magazines and I thought I had found the perfect solution. The magazine does have "wonderful animal photos, short picture stories and fun activities" like the product description said. However, it is NOT a "board magazine" as claimed. The pages are only as thick as cardstock, a big difference from board books you can buy for toddlers. My grandson loves to read but like any boy he plays rough with his things. If the magazine isn't put up and only looked at with an adult, it won't last long.

Customer Rating: Average rating of 5/5Average rating of 5/5Average rating of 5/5Average rating of 5/5Average rating of 5/5
Summary: We love this magazine
Comment: I don't understand the reviews saying it is not well constructed or that the images aren't very good. Are you sure you are talking about Animal Baby? The pages are very heavy duty and there is a nice mix of photography and bright picures as well as illustrations. There are really all types of media used I find. My son really loves these mags. We are starting to tape up a few of the older ones because they have some wear and tear on them, but overall they are holding up pretty good I think considering the use they get. This is the only magazine I have ordered in a long while that I will be renewing.

Customer Rating: Average rating of 5/5Average rating of 5/5Average rating of 5/5Average rating of 5/5Average rating of 5/5
Summary: Great magazine for Toddlers!
Comment: This is a great magazine for little children! I started subscribing to it when my son was about 14 months old. He's now over 2 and really likes it a lot. I think 14 months was a little young for him to be considered "into it" but it became a monthly habit for him as a result. When one of these issues arrives, it is priority to go through it straight from the mailbox! Each month features different games, lessons and stories- oh, and a lot of photos of animals! We also receive National Geographic Little Kids and this one seems to be more intriguing to my son for some reason.

I am very glad we've subscribed to this and I think it will be a treat for him for a long while. My only gripe is that the magazines come apart after a while. I realize they don't want to put staples in the books, but their gluing system isn't meant to hold up under toddler abuse! That's ok, we keep the pages that come out (which doesn't really happen that often although we leaf through old issues weekly)




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