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2.82  ·  Rating Details ·  11 Ratings  ·  2 Reviews
Baby animals spend the summer growing, playing, and learning from their parents.
Hardcover, 32 pages
Published September 10th 1991 by Dutton Juvenile
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Eva Kelly
Sep 02, 2015 Eva Kelly rated it really liked it
Well, you should be able to tell from the name of this one what IT'S about. It's about SUMMER and how the baby animals grow up. And you know what? It's all pictures, and I really really think that Mama should do a book like this one. She takes great pictures.
The best picture of all was of the big deer [caribou] walking in the grass with the mountains behind him, because you know what? The mountains had SNOW on them. In the summer! It didn't even melt! That's even colder than Vermont.
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Someday, I will visit the Alaskan wilderness for myself and get to see all the beautiful tundras, forests, etc.
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