Highly recommended, especially as an inexpensive souvenir book for young animal lovers after a trip to the zoo
Presented in the format of a softcover picturebook, homes that they share tells of a young person's experience learning about wild creatures at the zoo. an educational book written to foster awareness of wildlife and the need for conservation, homes that they share informs young readers about the difficult lives that wild animals have. "very few siberian tigers are left in the world today. tigers are killed because their bones, ground up in medicines, are used to treat human illnesses. humans also hunt the roe and sika deer that tigers need to survive. tigers need vast, healthy forests. if we protect the forests for tigers, we also protect lynx, black storks and blooming hillsides of rhododendron that are found in the home that they share." highly recommended, especially as an inexpensive souvenir book for young animal lovers after a trip to the zoo.