Baby Animals Dot-to-Dot
Sterling Publishing Company, Inc., Aug 1, 2003 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 80 pages
Children will really connect with these 38 young animals, from small golden chicks to adorable baby elephants. Dot-to-dots, plus an additional small illustration, provide the artistic fun and visual surprise; fascinating accompanying information teaches youngsters all about these creatures and their world. Each baby's page of facts includes its name (calf, cub, pup, foal); its type (mammal, reptile); how long it spends growing; its birth size and weight; where it lives; and what sound it makes. There are even fun comparisons between the child and the animal, so kids will find out that while a horse can stand up within an hour of being born, human babies can't even hold their head up for four months. Among the favorites included are lions, kangaroos, zebras, pandas, polar bears, puppies, whales, seals, and many more.
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11 months 9 months Africa alevin America Antarctica Asia Babies are called baby panda baby spends beak beaver bird blue whale bunnies bush baby called a clutch called bulls called calves called chicks called cows called cubs cheep chick grows Crocodiles cubs are born dolphin egg tooth elephant fathers are called fawn feet forests frog giraffe group is called GROWING INSIDE grownup grunts hair hatches human babies inches 5cm inside its mother inside the egg inside your mother kangaroo koala leopard LIVES mammal means it nurses months old mother's back mother's belly mother's pouch NAMES nest newborn Orangutans ostrich ounce owlets Owls penguin polar bear puppies pups rabbit raccoon ready sea horse seal skin sleep SOUND spends 4 months spider monkey squeal stay stick of butter swim tadpole tail tapir teeth thumb thump trees TYPE OF ANIMAL underwater United Kingdom weeks old WEIGHT AT BIRTH whistles zebra