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Animal Babies in Towns and Cities

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Animal Babies in Towns and Cities looks at six young animals that live among us in our own backyards. Families of red foxes, gray squirrels, raccoons, opossums, peregrine falcons, and skunks are brought to life with delightful photography and lively text that will charm young children as they learn about the world around them.
Board Book, 8 pages
Published September 15th 2005 by Kingfisher (first published 2005)
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Meg McGregor
Aug 17, 2015 rated it really liked it
This is one of the books in a series about where animal babies can be found.

This one takes place in Towns and Cities!

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

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

The animals included are baby squirrels, foxes, skunks, and raccoons.
Mar 23, 2015 rated it it was amazing
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My baby loves this book. It's by far her favorite. Which is odd, because it's just photos of baby animals and their mothers. Thinking she loved the photos of animals aspect, I got other books featuring photos of animals, and she wasn't as into them. There's something about the way that the photos are presented in this book that she thinks is great.
Jun 08, 2011 rated it really liked it
I liked it because the photos of the animal babies and their mothers are adorable. But, more importantly, my son liked the illustrations too. He kept touching the baby squirrels. I liked that the animals shown (fox, skunk, squirrel...) were ones that can be found in our own backyard in the suburbs.
Jun 08, 2013 rated it it was amazing
Although opossums gross me out, how often do you ever see pictures of their babies in board books? What a fantastic novelty! A squirrels nest is also pictured. Great for my son.
Jul 10, 2009 rated it liked it
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I liked this more than my 19 month old daughter did. She just wanted to look at the fox.
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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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