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Baby Whales Drink Milk (Let's-Read-and-Find-Out Science, Stage 1)
‘The title epitomizes Esbensen’s creative presentation of an important concept: how whales differ from the fish they seem to resemble and share characteristics with other mammals.… An excellent addition to the Let’s-Read-and-Find-Out series.’—K. ‘Introduces a full range of information about whale anatomy, development, and behavior.… Esbensen’s simple, informative text ...more
Paperback, 32 pages
Published January 30th 1994 by HarperCollins
(first published January 1994)
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This is a very easy book to read though the concepts and information are packed into the pages. The pictures are interesting and the words are understandable! I loved reading about baby whales and their journey into adulthood; I definitely recommend this book!
I think this is one of my new favorite books. I mean, we all know whales are mammals and therefore they must nurse their young, but how many books actually talk about it. And how does a baleen whale nurse? Well, this book talks about it. It also has other really great information about whales, mostly humpback whales.
Baby whales drink milk by barbara juster esbenson Read this in a kindergarten room, it looks at the life cycle and seasonal movements of humpbacked whales, talks about the similarities of mammalian adaptations and how whales and dolphins are different, and similar.
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