She will make sure that her babies can fend for themselves before she allows
them to be on their own . Whereas children stay with their parents for many years
, most animal babies grow into adults in just a few months . They have a lot to
Author: Bobbie Kalman
Fascinating illustrations by artist Glen Loates show the amazing struggle of animal young to survive predators and changing environments.
XOANIMAL BABIES Which baby bird has a foster mother ? Brilliant full - color
illustrations and easy - to - read words come together in these delightful books to
answer questions small children always ask about animals . Each color
Author: Anita Ganeri
Publisher: Barrons Juveniles
Describes characteristics of a wide variety of baby animals in question and answer format.
How Many Babies ? Some animals have large families , while others have only
one baby at a time . There are many reasons for this but , with warm - blooded
creatures in general , the larger the animal , the smaller its family . It is extremely
Author: Joyce Pope
Publisher: Troll Communications Llc
Discusses different kinds of animal babies, how they are born, fed, and educated, and where they live.
A Habitat-by-habitat Guide to how Wild Animals Grow Steve Parker. * - - - HARP
SEAL The snowy white harp seal pups spend their.
Author: Steve Parker
Publisher: Rodale Books
Beginning with an introduction on breeding and reproduction, an animal expert shows how fifty different species of animals enter life, battle for survival, and become independent. Nature Bk Soc & National Wildlife Federation Main.
Tiger Baby Animals Activities Be a good egg , take. Baby rhesus monkeys love to
chase each other through the trees . By swinging after each other on the vines ,
they practice keeping up with the group . And they develop strong muscles for ...
Author: Ann Elwood
Publisher: Zoobooks/Wildlife Education
Text and pictures present many species of baby animals.
The Behavior and Learning of ANIMAL BABIES LORUS J. MILNE and
MARGERY MILNE Anyone who has either observed a mother robin tending to
her young or tumbled with a frisky puppy recognizes the fascination we have for
Author: Lorus Johnson Milne
Explores the world of baby animals -- their physical growth, stages of development, behavior, learning, relationships, and environment. The Milnes illustrate how inherited skills and acquired responses work in tandem to guide each animal toward independence and to assure survival. For although each species is born into the world with certain instincts, the ability to survive is also dependent on learning, imitation, memory, and social strategy. B & W photos and an engaging writing style. "Lorus and Margery Milne are among our most skillful writers on natural science." "Reading this book will be a delightful experience for all lovers of nature and animals."
Jennifer Schofield. WA SNA I am a baby macaque , and this is my mommy . Who
is your mommy ? AN 28 sier SET CS ON 3 ATT 28 20 animal babies - . on
mountains Grunt ! Grunt !
Author: Jennifer Schofield
Publisher: Animal Babies (Kingfisher)
Soft, finely detailed photographs accurately depict how baby animals enjoy their favorite activities while simple, rhyming text will introduce new vocabulary, build concepts, and celebrate mothers and babies everywhere.
Woof! Woof! Look at my shiny black nose, Who is my mummy? Beautiful, heart-warming photographs of animal babies with their parents in their natural habitat. 1-4 yrs.
This fabulous series introduces children by habitat to a variety of adorable animal babies. Each baby is introduced on one spread and on the next we find out who is its mother or father. In this way, children learn to identify animal babies and their parents. This simple, questioning approach helps young children engage with growth, change and families. Animal Babies about the House shows seven young pet mammals - cats, dogs, hamsters, guinea pigs, parrots, rabbits and ponies. From the boundless energy of a playful golden retriever pup to the nervous grace of a Shetland pony, the delightful images and lively text will engage and delight young children.
Author: Marty Stouffer
Publisher: Golden Books
Describes raccoon kits, bear cubs, owlets, and other young animals, and how they grow up
Author: Editors of Kingfisher
Animal Babies in Towns and Cities looks at six young animals that live among us in our own backyards. Families of red foxes, gray squirrels, raccoons, opossums, peregrine falcons, and skunks are brought to life with delightful photography and lively text that will charm young children as they learn about the world around them.
Invites youngsters to press the buttons to hear the names of different creatures and the sounds they make as baby animals interact with their parents.
Author: Eric Carle
Publisher: Phoenix International Publications Incorporated
This book provides learning fun for the littlest readers with 10 sound triggers and 10 story spreads. Included are 3 AG-13 cell batteries.
Animals often have a strong instinct to fight off any predator that threatens their
babies. That's why you should keep clear of wild animals that have young with
them, just in case. Grizzly bears in North America are famously protective
Author: Anna Claybourne
Publisher: Ivy Kids
This vividly illustrated book, aimed at children aged 6 and older, shines a light on the animal kingdom like never before. Perfect for young animal lovers, The Surprising Lives of Animals is a captivating reading experience that will amaze children and deepen their understanding of the world around them. Did you know that some animals giggle and play just like us? Or that certain animals build their homes, stockpile their food, and use tools? In this fascinating book you’ll learn about the things that humans and animals have in common. From team work, exercise, and self-care to dancing and getting into trouble, you’ll discover that, actually, animals are a lot like you! Visiting underground burrows and grassy savannahs, watery realms, and towering tree tops, this book will take you around the world on a journey of discovery. Meet the monkeys who love to take baths, or the penguins who toboggan for fun. Hear the stories of escaping honey badgers, sneaky spiders, and clever crows. Or find out if animals can really talk. You’ll see plenty of Earth’s creatures, from creepy crawlies to mega mammals, and you’ll learn about their lives, habitats, characteristics, and behaviors–and uncover what makes each of them so surprisingly similar to us humans. Look out for ‘Scientist Spotlight’ boxes too, to learn about some important scientists and conservationists, such as Sir David Attenborough and Dame Jane Goodall.
Play is another thing most animal babies have in common. The young of Some
species have endless energy and enthusiasm for running, chasing, jumping ...
but it all serves a purpose, that of teaching the fundamental skills required for ...
Author: Laura Barwick
Publisher: Random House
Animal Babies collects over 120 incredible, heart-warming images of creatures in the wild. Accompanying a new BBC natural history series, it captures precious moments in the young lives of a host of animals, from wolf pups squabbling in the pack and elephant calves wobbling to their feet to baby turtles flipping their way to the sea and baby otters learning to swim. Fall in love with these extraordinary animals as they find their feet and master their environments.
Animal Babies by Harry McNaught Random House New York Copyright © 1977
by Random House. Inc. All rights reserved under international and Pan-American
copyright conventions. Published in the United States by Random House, Inc., ...
Author: Harry McNaught
Publisher: Random House Books for Young Readers
Illus. in full color. Wild and domestic animals that preschoolers will want to see.
Chris Michaels. Animal Babies by Chris Michaels Picture Words bunnies chick
Author: Chris Michaels
Publisher: Newmark Learning
How many animal babies can you count?
DK. ANIMAL. babies. A Dorling Kindersley book LONDON, NEW YORK,
MELBOURNE, MUNICH, and DELHI Designers Written Consultant.
Publisher: Dorling Kindersley Ltd
Teach your child about the enchanting world of new-born animals Wherever they live, baby animals do many of the same things that human babies do: play, eat, sleep, and find adventure. From the biggest baby animals to the smallest - help your child discover all about their favourite creatures. They'll find out how long different animals stay with their parents and about the sorts of things they do; from how a baby beaver helps to build a dam, to the way baby chicks learn to scratch for food. Including every kind of baby animal; from birds and insects to mammals and reptiles and packed with gorgeous pictures and fascinating facts, your child will love discovering all about baby animals!