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My First Book of Animal Babies

Miranda Smith

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Prose: non-fiction, Natural history, Kids & Teens, Early learning / early learning concepts, Wildlife (Children's / Teenage), Educational: English language: readers & reading s, Educational: Sciences, general science

This exciting book is crammed with photos, bringing you face-to face with animal babies from around the world. It's filled with facts about how they're born, how they grow up and how they learn to hunt, forage and even play. There are familiar favourites, plus lots of exotic animals with the strangest - and cutest - babies of all.

This series of fact-packed introductions for youn

Discover how a huge range of animals give birth and care for their young. Meet Nile crocodile hatchlings, who chirp when they are ready to hatch, polar bear cubs who are blind for the first week and deaf for the first day, and visit the untidy nest of the Golden eagle, whose chicks can fly in just seven weeks.

From the hippopotamus to the honey bee, the albatross to the zebra, you'll uncover a whole new world of babies and their parents.

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