Jack Hanna’s Big Book of Why


Are you planning a trip to the zoo anytime soon, if so be sure to pick up Jack Hanna’s Big Book Of Why. It’s a great tool to help with the commonly asked questions by children of “Why” and “Did you know”. The book covers all areas of the world from the Desert, to the Rainforest even the Ocean! Answering lots of questions that even as an adult I’d love to know!

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This is a great book to keep the kids occupied on those long car ride during the summer, or while sitting around the dinner table! Whatever the case these fun facts are sure to blow your mind, and help educate you while answering the Why question!


One of the funniest “Did You Know” facts I read was that elephants don’t actually like peanuts. I had no idea, I in fact really thought they loved peanuts as a treat. My son also blew me away with already knowing that the underneath of a sharks belly is white so that when other fish or predators look up from underneath the shark they blend in. He’s learned so much more while listening to all the fascinating facts within this book! You can head on over to Amazon to purchase your Jack Hanna’s Big Book of Why. It’s also been seen at Target, Walmart as well as Barnes and Noble!

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