How Do Baby Animals Learn? by Bobbie Kalman
  

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How Do Baby Animals Learn? by Bobbie Kalman

Baby animals must know how to stay alive. The most important things every baby needs to know is how to find food and how to avoid predators. Baby predators wrestle and fight each other as a way of learning to hunt, and some baby ducks and swans ride on their mothers backs until they are ready to swim on their own. This fun book provides a good lead-in discussing what children need to know and learn, such as ways to stay healthy and safe.

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Format

Paperback
24 pages

Author

Bobbie Kalman
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Publisher

Crabtree Publishing Co,US

Publication date

26th July 2012

ISBN

9780778740827


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