My World: At My Pond - Dwight R. Kuhn

My World: At My Pond

By Dwight R. Kuhn

  • Release Date - Published: 2012-10-06
  • Book Genre: Animals
  • Author: Dwight R. Kuhn
Our rating: 5/5 stars

4 Score: 4 (From 2,653 Ratings)

My World: At My Pond Dwight R. Kuhn read online review & book description:

Our "My World" series of interactive picture books are fun and will teach kids about animals, nature, and habitats.

At my pond is written for the beginning reader and curious nature explorer. This book will captivate young readers with cool interactive features and amazing close-up color photographs. Hear spring peeper frogs croaking in the spring.  Zoom in to see animals in incredible detail. Tap buttons to see bonus photos. Click index words to return to the page about the animal.  Interactive book features may change and evolve with new versions of eBooks, With this book, kids can practice reading and have fun at the same time!

Watch for more interactive books in the “My World” series from photographers Dwight and David Kuhn.

Interactive Book
Interest Level: Preschool - Grade 3 (preK-3)
Reading Level: Kindergarten - Grade 1 (K-1)

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Posted Reviews

  • Good book

    By lady bird 10
    Good book
  • Love this book

    By Masongirl4
    We love all of the sounds. Beautiful pictures
  • My world at my pond

    By my pond
    This so as one
  • I love books!

    By 123 crash

    By TheShadowBoy
  • At my pond

    By Zadaismydog
    I love this book because I love animals and this really helps explain wildlife I give you :)5 ***** stars
  • My pond

    By OperPertatoz
    I thought it was a good book
  • On a Scale of One to Ten

    By Liltiger5
    Wow! That story changes people's hearts because in that story nobody will leave My Pond alone. But it really touched my heart!!!!
  • Peepers

    By michcrot24
    Loved it:) Ben age 5
  • I love this book

    By bighead456
    This is the best children book I have read so far

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