Sterling Publishing Company, Inc., 2008 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 24 pages
Chubby puppies, furry kittens, fuzzy chicks, downy ducklings: Gyo Fujikawa’s
lovable baby animals will captivate children. They’re big (elephants) and small (mice), plump (piglets), and playful (lambs). With each picture, kids learn a little bit about the animal--the sound it makes, how soft it might feel, and what it can do. Plus, they’ll discover something else very important: that very young creatures have to be petted, snuggled, and hugged very gently...just like the children themselves.
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