Born to Be Wild will delight young readers with its irresistible, full-color photographs of young animals in their natural habitats. Simple, fact-filled text invites readers to follow the life of each animal, from its birth and early life with its mother, through its lessons for surviving in the wild, to the time when it is mature enough to leave home and start its own family. Each chapter includes a question-and-answer feature about the animal's behavior and physical traits, while a two-page "animal profile" at the end of each book provides quick facts about the animal's size, senses, habitat, and animal relatives.
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