Animals Born Alive and Well
Grosset & Dunlap, 1982 - Juvenile Fiction - 44 pages
"Mammals are animals with fur or hair who nurse their young and breathefresh air." Award-winning author/illustrator Ruth Heller has yet another tale to tell -- ofAnimals Born Alive and Well! Her distinctive, engaging verseand striking illustrations of more than 80 clearly labeled species make this book theperfect introduction to mammals. Heller looks at inhabitants of the land, sea and air, and teaches readers about allkinds of mammals -- wild and tame and even prehistoric. From the largest whale to thesmallest shrew, here is a wealth of information and a source of pleasure for any naturelover. Ruth Heller's celebrated Nature Series also includes Chickens Aren't theOnly Ones, The Reason for a Flower, and Plants ThatNever Ever Bloom.
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LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - bereneezypie - LibraryThing
This book is almost like a child's intro to biology (or mammalogy really), which I like and I think any child would find interesting. However, maybe I'm nitpicking, but the way the book was written is ... Read full review
Review: Animals Born Alive and Well: A Book About Mammals (World of Nature)User Review - Annie - Goodreads
I got this for my oldest son for Christmas this year and finally got around to reading it to him tonight. The illustrations were pretty, but not as nice as the ones in "The Reason for a Flower". I like this series of biology books for children though - very fun. Read full review