Baby Wolf

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Grosset & Dunlap, 1998 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 47 pages
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Born underground in a warm den, a baby wolf soon learns how to howl, how to hunt, and how to live with her wolf pack. And with this Level 2 kids can learn, too?all about a baby wolf! Mary Batten lives in Los Angeles, CA. Jo Ellen McAllister Stammen lives in Camden, ME.

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User Review  - Aaron Alexander - Goodreads

This book give a very straight forward narrative of the life cycle of a wolf. It begins with the mother wolf giving birth to many baby cubs and ends with the now grown wolves returning to their birth ... Read full review


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About the author (1998)

Mary Batten is an award- winning science writer whose previous books, Discovery By Chance, The Tropical Forest, and Nature's Tricksters, were written for the juvenile market. Her magazine credits include Cosmopolitan, Science Digest, and International Wildlife. She has written scripts for fifty television films, the producers of which include Time-Life Films, Children's Television Workshop, National Geographic, and Walt Disney Educational Film Division. She lives in Los Angeles.

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