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All The Baby Animals In The Woods

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Who are the cutest creatures in the woods? Baby bears live there, and so do baby deer, raccoons, owls and lynx! Your precious little one will even meet a baby flying squirrel and red fox. And don't forget the tiniest prickly porcupine! Meet all the baby animals who live in the woods in this fun, colorful, and beautifully illustrated children's book.

This charming rhyming b
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Kindle Edition, 1 page
Published February 6th 2014 (first published January 28th 2014)
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Carole Roman
Mar 26, 2014 Carole Roman rated it it was amazing
Adorable picture book about baby animals with a short rhyme about their lifestyle. Emily Thomson has written a lovely book with the cutest collection of critters. Vividly illustrated, their large eyes catch your attention as well as your heart. She uses interesting vocabulary to stretch little minds, and the nimble words make for an excellent tone when you read them out loud; "the little fawn leaps and jumps over rivers logs and stumps." My favorite has to be the baby flying squirrel " gliding ...more
Emma Thornton
Aug 12, 2016 Emma Thornton rated it it was amazing
This is the second book I have purchased from author Emily Thomson (I also have All The Baby Animals In The Wild). Besides the wonderful illustrations of baby animals that will really make your young child (and yourself!) smile is the beautiful way in which the story is presented: the book is presented in landscape-style so that the illustration covers the whole screen horizontally, just like most printed children's books. I thought this was quite clever and more appealing for the reader. This ...more
Nancy Silk
Feb 17, 2014 Nancy Silk rated it it was amazing
"The Woods Have Eyes!"

Oh, what a delightful, rhyming children's book with the most charming illustrations. All the animals which live in the woods have intriguing and captivating eyes, and the sceneries are nicely illustrated. Children will want you to go back again and again to the beginning to see the marvelous, colorful pages with the cute, cute baby animals. And at the end of this book is something special your child will like! Great book, very professionally presented. Your children will en
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Mary
Aug 13, 2016 Mary rated it it was amazing
Animals living in the woods attract readers of all ages. Emily Thomson writes in rhyme enticing children to learn facts while adding to their vocabulary.

For example:

the baby raccoon’s
a feisty fellow
he’s very clever
never mellow.

The delightful pictures of the baby animals complement the poetry.

My two and a half year old grandson enjoyed the book, All The Baby Animals In The Woods by Emily Thomson.
Sandra Stiles
Mar 30, 2014 Sandra Stiles rated it it was amazing
In this second rhyming book we get a look at animals that live in the woods. It also is written in a rhyming format. The animals in this book include a fawn, bear, flying squirrel, raccoon, owl, porcupine, fox, and lynx. It also shows them cuddling with their mothers and talks about what they do as babies until they grow up. She has included a link to LiltHouseKids.com for a free coloring book.
Charlie
Jul 07, 2015 Charlie rated it really liked it
This book is an easy read for youngsters and very non-threatening for first-time reads. The text amount in comparison to the illustration is easy, with only one of the basic pieces of punctuation repeated to keep young readers from tripping over commas.

Readers get to meet all the adorable animals of the forest with pages full of colorful illustrations.
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I am a writer - I've written and self-published numerous children's picture books. I also write poetry and fiction, and I hope to one day publish the two novels that I have been working on.

As a self-published author, I love to read the work of other indie authors. I also love exploring children's books with my son. We love story time, and always have a pile of children's books from the library at
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