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by Carmen Bredeson


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Nature's Baby Animals Series. 5 primary works, 5 total works. Baby Animals of the Grasslands.

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Part of the Nature's Baby Animals Series). In each two-page spread, the reader meets a new adorable baby animal in its habitat.

Each spread introduces a new baby animal that lives in the tropical rain forest. Beautiful full-page photographs of elephants. Then you can start reading Kindle books on your smartphone, tablet, or computer - no Kindle device required. To get the free app, enter your mobile phone number.

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Learn about the different animals that live in we. This easy-to-read science book will entertain and delight young readers. Animals & Nature Kids. Learn about the different animals that live in wetlands. Filled with interesting facts and stunning photographs, readers explore these swampy habitats. See the wetlands through the eyes of the baby egrets, marsh rabbits, alligators, and more.

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Bibliographic Details. Title: Baby Animals of the Ocean (Nature's Baby. Publisher: Enslow Elementary. Learn about baby dolphins, baby sea turtles, and other adorable baby animals in the ocean biome in this easy nonfiction reader. Publication Date: 2012. Adorable full-color photographs and easy-to-read text will delight and educate young readers. About the Author: A . in secondary education/English and Journalism and a . in Instructional Technology/Library. Visit Seller's Storefront. Excellent customer service.

Carmen Bredeson is an American non-fiction writer. She has written a number of well-received nonfiction titles for middle graders and young adults. This easy-to-read science book fills a need for nonfiction science readers while entertaining students with stunning color photos and fascinating facts. Up-close photos of baby animals in the grassland biome are sure to be a big hit with young readers. Learn about the babies and families of lions, kangaroos, eagles, the endangered African elephant, and more!

Grassland animals can be found in all the continents except Antarctica. The adult males are black whereas the females and their babies are a bit yellowish.

Grassland animals can be found in all the continents except Antarctica. One of the grassland animals in the world, Pronghorns have distinct white fur. Their body temperature is the same as humans . Females have smaller horns than males and sometimes are barely visible. Pronghorns have a distinct and musky odour. Males mark their territory with a preorbital scent gland which is on the sides of their hand. They also have very large eyes with 320° field of vision. They sleep or rest for over 70% of the day. This makes them least active monkeys of the world.

Grassland Biome Animal Species. The considerably lengthy list of animals inhabiting the grasslands begins with invertebrates, like carrion beetles and tiger beetles, and ends with large mammals, like elephants and giraffes. In between, you have hundreds of animals, across different genera, including insects, reptiles, birds, etc.

Supporting the National Science Education Standards for K-4 Life Science, each book in this series focuses on cute baby animals in a specific biome, taking the reader on a trip through the animals' habitats.
Baby Animals of the Grasslands (Nature's Baby Animals) download epub
Growing Up & Facts of Life
Author: Carmen Bredeson
ISBN: 0766030067
Category: Children's Books
Subcategory: Growing Up & Facts of Life
Language: English
Publisher: Enslow Elementary (September 1, 2008)