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How kittens grow

Millicent Ellis Selsam - Juvenile Nonfiction - 1975 - 32 pages
A photographic essay describing four kittens' first eight weeks of life.
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The tiger; its life in the wild

George B. Schaller, Millicent Ellis Selsam - Tiger - 1969 - 71 pages
Describes the characteristics, habits, and behavior of tigers, including sections on food, family life, communication, and myths.
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When an animal grows

Millicent Ellis Selsam - Juvenile Nonfiction - 1966 - 64 pages
Follows the growth of a duck, bird, gorilla, and lamb from helpless, weak new-born creatures to the age of independence.
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Terry and the caterpillars

Millicent Ellis Selsam - Juvenile Nonfiction - 1962 - 64 pages
The life cycle of a caterpillar is simply told with charming pictures.
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Play with seeds

Millicent Ellis Selsam - Juvenile Nonfiction - 1957 - 93 pages
Describes plants which preceded seed-bearing plants; examines the parts of a flower and its growth from seed to fruit to flower and to seed again; tells of the many ways seeds ...
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Benny's animals, and how he put them in order

Millicent Ellis Selsam - Juvenile Nonfiction - 1966 - 60 pages
Two boys, with the help of a professor at the museum, learn to divide their animal pictures into the proper groups.
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The tomato and other fruit vegetables

Millicent Ellis Selsam, Jerome Wexler - Juvenile Nonfiction - 1970 - 47 pages
Photographs and brief text explain how a tomato plant sprouts, is fertilized, and produces fruit. Compares this cycle to that of all other fruit vegetables including the ...
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