Animals & Habitats
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Baby on Board: How Animals Carry Their YoungRetail Price: Paperback • $8.95 | Hardback • $16.95
How do animals carry their babies? Not in backpacks or strollers, but tucked in pouches . . . Gripped in teeth . . . Propped on backs . . . Even underneath! Marianne Berkes’ rhyming verses present some of the many ways that animals carry their young. Cathy Morrison’s magical illustrations capture the intimate moments of mother and baby.
City Beats: A Hip-Hoppy Pigeon Poem
Retail Price: Paperback • $8.95 | Hardback • $16.95Pigeons are a great introduction to urban nature. This book does a remarkable thing: it brings to our attention the fact that taken-for-granted pigeons, or "rock doves," are beautiful birds.
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Daytime Nighttime, All Through the YearRetail Price: Paperback • $8.95 | Hardback • $16.95 Eagles fish for breakfast, bats eat mouthfuls of mosquitoes, squirrels busily gather acorns, and cougars quietly prowl through snow. Diane’s delightful rhyming verses depict the diverse lives of two animals for each month of the year—one animal that’s active during the day and another active at night, for a total of 24 fascinating critters.
Forest Bright, Forest Night
Retail Price: Paperback • $8.95 | Board • $7.95
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Someone is always awake in the forest ? and someone else is always asleep! Some animals are alert in daytime and sleep at night. Others are alert at night, and are sleepyheads during the day. Plus be sure to count the animals. You FLIP THIS BOOK from day to night and back-a nice hands-on way to show the same view day and night.
Forever Forest: Kids Save a Tropical Treasure
Retail Price:Hardback • $16.95
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The 54,000-acre Children's Eternal Rainforest in Costa Rica began as an idea, a few kids, and a bake sale. Word spread and children from over 44 countries raised the funds to make it happen in 1987. Here is its story with a fresh twist, as young Peter discovers that his mother was one of those original kids.