Polar Babies

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Random House, 2000 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 32 pages
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Polar bear babies wake up, learn to fish, swim, walk on the ice, and enjoy running. A mother polar bear tries to teach her two little cubs, but as one throws himself into learning how to swim, walk on ice, and fish, the other prefers to nap. This super-simple story about two polar bear cubs and what they learn from their mother is both adorable and informative. There's also plenty of humor: one of the "polar babies" throws himself into learning to swim, walk on ice, and fish, while the other always prefers to nap. This book is delightfully illustrated by the talented Lisa McCue.

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User Review  - tlwood - LibraryThing

Polar Babies chronicles a day in the life of little polar bears learning to catch fish, swim, play on ice, and run from danger! The pictures are great and illustrate the story well -- they made me ... Read full review

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About the author (2000)

Susan Ring is an Emmy-award winner and prolific writer, who specializes in writing for children, and through her creative services company, Monkey-Says, she writes for all types of media. Her experience in television and video includes creating characters and writing songs. Her song "Where's My Nose?" won third place in the 2006 International Songwriting Competition, competing against thousands of other songwriters worldwide. Although Where Should Turtle Be? is Susan's first Sylvan Dell book, she has over 135 books to her name. Susan lives in Rhode Island.

Lisa McCue is the acclaimed illustrator of more than one hundred books for children, including Part-time Dog and The Puppy Who Wanted a Boy, by Jane Thayer, and Irving Berlin's easter parade. She is also the designer and creator of Fuzzytail Greetings, her own line of greeting cards. Ms. McCue lives with her family in Annapolis, Maryland.

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