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“Achoo” is the sound of a stuffy nose, or is it? It is not uncommon for baby goats to sneeze during playtime. So does that mean that “achoo” is actually the sound of fun for goat kids? Open this book to get a glimpse of young goats climbing, jumping, and head-butting their way to a good time.Show more
Baby giraffes are able to stand and run within an hour of being born. Though clumsy, they like to run around and stretch their legs. These fast runners are also fast growers, doubling their height in the first year. Run along with these playful babies in this fun title.Show more
Baby Elephant is looking for a bathtub but every one he finds belongs to someone else. From a tiny ant to a pig, the creatures are using everyday items as their bath tub. So Baby Elephant can’t find one to use. This sweet story helps children learn about size, small and large and learn to identify different creatures and objects.Show more
Dogs show many different sides during their puppy stage. A snuggly side appears when they get sleepy. A spunky side comes to life when it's time to play. Sloppy little licks show a loving nature. Enter the puppy stage in this book and flip through pages of precious and playful puppies.Show more
They cluck, chirp, and hop. They’re baby chicks! These down-covered, yellow babies work hard to break out of their eggs at hatching time. Then they learn all they need to know from mom as they grow and explore the world. Flutter through the pages of this title to learn more about chicks and their early days of life!Show more
The green forest! Baby Bear explores the forest looking for the perfect bed. Different forest animals prepare for the long winter ahead. Jack Rabbit doesn't believe it is going to rain. He talks to his forest friends who can smell the rain, and they all tell him that it is coming soon. Cheeper is learning how to sing. Can he learn before he must leave the forest? Stories by Lucinda H. Kennaley, Dale Cross Purvis, Gay Kamber Seltzer, and Highlights for Children.Show more
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