Little Lions

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Putnam, 1998 - Juvenile Fiction - 32 pages
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High up on a rocky ledge, a mountain lion rests in the sun. But she is not alone. By her side, two four-week-old kittens purr and play. They climb her hilly hips and tumble down her tail. They wrestle near her great big jaws and jump over her giant lion legs. They dig down under her chest and crawl out between her paws. But when curiosity gets the better of one little kitten, creeping and peeking over the ledge edge, the mountain lion mother pulls him back to safety! In this stunning companion to Rabbits and Raindrops, the preeminent naturalist in children

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User Review  - Emmy Lou - Goodreads

I think I'm just going to have to read all of the Jim Arnosky books we have at our library. :) Read full review

About the author (1998)

Acclaimed for his picture books that speak directly to young naturalists, Jim Arnosky enjoys researching different ecological areas with his wife, Deanna. His many awards and honors include the Washington Post--Children's Book Guild Award for overall contribution to nonfiction for children and the Eva L. Gordon Award for outstanding children's science literature. He has also written and illustrated numerous ALA Notable Books and Outstanding Science Books. Home base for the Arnoskys is a two-hundred-year-old farmhouse in northern Vermont. Their daughters and their families live nearby.

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