National Geographic Kids Baby Animal Pop! {Book} Review

We LOVE books. We have have dozens upon dozens of books in my daughter’s room and she has her own three-shelf bookshelf jammed packed with them. Some of the books that haven’t survived (or are due to be put out of their misery) are her toddler pop-up books. The pop up pictures are ripped out, bent, falling out– if you’ve ever owned one you know exactly what I am talking about. 

That is the first thing I was so excited about when we received this book was that the thick card stock-like pages open out as opposed to having pieces of paper glued down that can easily be ripped out. The pages open out into full size images of the baby animals and are followed by educational details about each animal. My daughter loves animals and is now getting old enough where we can learn more than just what they say, what color they are or what they eat so she has had fun reading through this book. 

I like that these pages are significantly more rip-proof than other pop up books we have owned so I know it will stay in good shape month after month while continuing to encourage little hands to open and turn the pages to explore. And at around $12 it is affordable and available at retailers such as Amazon.com and Barnes & Noble. 

Nothing says Spring like baby animals and National Geographic Children’s Books’ new Baby Animal Pop! is — literally — BURSTING with LIFE-SIZE pop-outs of the cutest, cuddly babes on the farm.  


In this show-stopper of a picture book a baby bunny, a sweet lamb, a wobbly pony, a family of piglets and a line of baby ducks all magically unfold with at the turn of the page to reveal their actual size.  This book is sure to dazzle, but it is educational as well. Additional pages with special photos and captions highlight awesome animal features and supplemental spreads include “The First Year of Life,” which gives a glimpse of a baby’s animal development.


Samples of the products mentioned in the review were provided for this review. No other compensation was received and the views and opinions are my own.

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By Emi Stapler. I am a cloth diaper advocate, green parenting blogger, mother of three and a military wife who enjoys sharing my motherhood adventures and advice. Follow me at The Cloth Diaper Report on Facebook, Twitter @TheCDReport , Google +, Pinterest and Instagram.
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