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Animal Babies in Polar Lands

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Brrrr - it's freezing out there! Animal Babies in Polar Lands looks at six young animals that live in the coldest places on Earth. Families of harp seals, polar bears, walruses, penguins, wolves, and albatross are brought to life through a lively question-and-answer format that will charm young children as they learn about animals from chilly places.
Board Book, 24 pages
Published October 1st 2006 by Kingfisher (first published May 13th 2004)
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This book takes the form of a guessing game. One page will feature a polar baby and give a clue to its identity. Then next page shows the baby with its mother and gives a piece of information about the animal. The text also tells what each animal baby is called (cub, chick, fawn, pup). The photographs are mostly good and sharp (those of the walruses are a little fuzzy, as though they have been enlarged from a long-range shot). This is a good addition to early childhood units on polar animals.
Meg McGregor
Aug 17, 2015 Meg McGregor rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
This is one of the books in a series about where animal babies can be found.

This one takes place in Polar Lands and is my personal favorite!

There are several babies, showcased with outstanding photographs and informative text.

These book will make learning FUN for even the littlest reader.

The animals included are baby seals, penguins, walruses, and polar bears.
Anna Johnson
This is one book of a series taht describes baby animals from different regions. The book allows children to interact by guessing which animal is the mother of the baby described.
Apr 11, 2009 Dolly rated it liked it
Recommends it for: parents reading with their little ones
Cute board book to read with young children. The pictures are adorable and older children can guess what the baby animals are.
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"Kingfisher is an award-winning publisher for non-fiction and fiction for children of all ages. Known around the world for its informative and engaging reference and early-learning books, Kingfisher also receives widespread acclaim for its classic anthologies for five- to fourteen-year-olds and original picture books for very young children."
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