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National Geographic Readers: Forest Babies

by Elizabeth Carney

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"When you visit the forest, what kinds of baby animals will you meet? Maybe you'll meet a baby turtle, mountain lion cub, grizzly bear cub, or even a baby owl! Young readers will learn all about North American forests and all the supercute baby animals that live there. Readers will also find out what the babies eat, how they live with their families, and how they learn and play. Through text features such as the vocabulary tree and the wrap-up activity, kids will be introduced to new words and concepts, helping them expand their understanding of the world"--… (more)
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"When you visit the forest, what kinds of baby animals will you meet? Maybe you'll meet a baby turtle, mountain lion cub, grizzly bear cub, or even a baby owl! Young readers will learn all about North American forests and all the supercute baby animals that live there. Readers will also find out what the babies eat, how they live with their families, and how they learn and play. Through text features such as the vocabulary tree and the wrap-up activity, kids will be introduced to new words and concepts, helping them expand their understanding of the world"--

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