Synopses & Reviews
ZooBorns: The Next Generation
may be the most adorable baby animal book ever created! Featuring full-color photos and fascinating facts on exotic baby animals from every corner of the globe, this collection is irresistible to any animal lover.
From the San Diego Zoo to Sweden’s Scandinavian Wildlife Park, authors Andrew Bleiman and Chris Eastland have brought together an unprecedentedly cute and cuddly collection of photos, almost all of which are entirely new species to the ZooBorns books.
But remember, these babies are much more than just irresistible furry faces. They are ambassadors for their species in the wild, helping educate about conservation while they entertain. In fact a portion of the authors' proceeds from this book will be donated to the Association of Zoos and Aquariums’ Conservation Endowment Fund.
Ideal for animal lovers of all ages, ZooBorns The Next Generation is sure to put a smile on your face. As one reviewer put it, the baby animals in ZooBorns are “so overbearingly adorable it hurts just to look at them.”
The new generation of zoo babies will reset the standard for devastating cuteness.
From the creators of the smash hit ZooBorns series of books, ZooBorns: The Next Generation features full-color photos and fascinating facts on exotic baby animals from every corner of the world. Filled with brand-new species and some beloved favorites, this collection is irresistible to any animal lover.
These babies are much more than just adorable furry faces. They are ambassadors for their species in the wild, helping educate about conservation while they entertain.
About the Author
Andrew Bleiman is a lifelong animal nerd who serves on the Auxiliary Boards of the Lincoln Park Zoo and Shedd Aquarium in Chicago. He also runs Zooillogix.com, a bizarre zoology news blog on the ScienceBlogs Network (a division of Seed Media). In his day job he develops new media strategy for the Bradford Group.
Chris Eastland is a classically trained artist and photographer who studied and taught at the Charles H. Cecil Studios in Florence, Italy, and now lives in Brooklyn, New York. Chris was formerly the Photography Editor for Quest Magazine.