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Man Gave Names to All the Animals

This book came about because the illustrator like Bob Dylan’s song Man Gave Names to All the Animals. He asked Bob Dylan for permission, he said yes, and you have a great book that is a must have in all house.

The first thing that grabs your attention in this book is the colors. They grab you and don’t let go. It’s hard not to catch yourself singing as you read the book which is why it’s great that it comes with a CD with the song on it. If you haven’t heard it, make sure you listen before you read the book! Another really cool feature of the book is that on the last page it lists the 170 animals that you will find in the book! Can you find them all?  Man Gave Names to All the Animals is a book that will delight both kids and adults!

3 thoughts on “Man Gave Names to All the Animals”

  1. Lately I was looking for some that I can buy for my kids They are 13 and 15 years old and the book that you revieved in your post might the one I need. Thank you for the review.

  2. Thanks for this very informative article. I have a six year-old as well and it has been a challenge to get Kyle interested in books but you make the book sound really interesting, will certainly check this one out

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Lisa Martin

Lisa Martin

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