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Mothers are Like That by Carol Carrick
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Mothers are Like That

by Carol Carrick

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discusses how mothers are always watching out for the their babies. different animals and their young are in the illustrations.
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  TUCC | Oct 24, 2016 |
whether the mother is a pig,a duck, an opossum, or a human, she cares her babies, cleans them, safes from harm,and can find them in the crowd. The mothers are like that.
Age: 3-6
Source: Pierce College Library
  Hamidfaezeh | Feb 20, 2014 |
this book mentions how human momsand animals take care of their families. ages 3-5
  cmendoza | Feb 28, 2013 |
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Mothers care for their babies in all kinds of ways. A mother duck keeps her eggs warm, a mother cat washes her little ones with her warm, gentle tongue, a mother goose chases intruders away from the nest . . . and a human mother lovingly tucks her child in and kisses him good night. The profound connection between mother and child emanates from every word and brush stroke as Carol Carrick's spare, elegant text and her son Paul Carrick's luminous paintings join to create a tender and reassuring picture book.

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A simple description of animal and human mothers caring for their young.

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