In this engaging series, readers are given the chance to watch as four baby animals--from endangered or threatened species--grow up. Simple, short sentences and captivating photographs portray the life of each animal as it develops and learns to live independently of either its human caretakers or its natural parents. With each enchanting, close-up photograph, readers are drawn into the lives of the animals as they learn, play, and grow!
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Why Teach Nonfiction Skills?
Lesson 1 Picture Stories
Lesson 2 Survival
Lesson 3 My Own Book
Lesson 4 Growing Up
Group Picture Book Rubric
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