There characters are a little anthropomorphized made human like , but this makes it even better as kids can associate with them better. It also lets kids know all about the dangers endangered animals like the panda face in the forests and that life can be hard. All through a great read for kids and adults.
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Ages ago pandas were completely white in colour, not an inch of black fur covered their bodies. They lived deep in the forests where they were rarely seen. In the forest were other animals and humans. Humans never really cared about the forest. They destroyed it without a thought. One day due to the carelessness of a farmer a tiny fire started in the forest, this fire grew and grew and became one scary and hungry fire. The pandas came to the rescue of the forest, using their paws and bodies alone they put out the fire and rescued the forest, but this left them with black markings all over their bodies.
This gave their bodies beautiful mixtures of the colours black and white. This is a beautiful story. The book teaches you two things. One of them is deforestation and how humans who inhabit forests are destroying them. But the second main lesson is to love your mother land and earth. Polar bears live high up in the cold and panda bears live low in a warm place.
This was the reason why they never met each. Then one day a little polar bear got a little too curious and walked really close to the cliff.
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This made it lose its balance and holding and it fell down. It fell into some mud which gave it panda like markings on its body. After this the polar bear runs into a panda bear and they make friends instantly. They start spending a lot of time together playing, they even eat food together.
The polar bear loses its panda like markings when it goes for a swim and it appears like a polar bear again. This scares the polar bear. But to his surprise the panda likes and enjoys hearing stories about the world high up there. This story is educative it teaches kids that these two bears live in different habitat and they eat different kinds of food. You can make friends with anybody from any culture and build close long lasting relationships with them.
The book is filled with colourful water colour pictures and interactive text put together perfectly. Read the book to find out. Grandson Panda finds it hard to believe when Grandfather Panda starts reciting the story of the little Panda and the flying tiger.
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But Grandfather Panda ignores his doubts and goes on reciting his story. He tells him the story about Bao Bao the little panda and his mother Lin Lin. He tells him about how Bao Bao spent his time with his mother playing, climbing trees and doing other fun stuff. Kids who love animals and are interested in conservation will find the film inspiring. Afterward, children and parents! Pandas are among the world's most beloved animals, but they're endangered, and in their native China, it fell to the renowned Wolong Panda Center to build up the population with an ambitious breeding program.
This nature documentary provides an up-close look at how the Chinese zoologists and panda specialists, like wary parents, have to prepare their pandas for living in the wild. It's educational and informative for kids who don't know much about pandas other than that they love bamboo and make for one of the most popular stops on a trip to the zoo.
The only downside is that Pandas isn't as upbeat or engrossing as some other animal documentaries, so littler kids may get a tad bored that it's not jazzed up with celebrity narration or catchy pop music. But it does feature enough footage of the beautiful animals to make any moviegoer smile. Families can talk about the popularity of nature documentaries. Do you prefer documentaries in 3-D or in regular format?
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