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2003
Miss Dana's class observes two blue jays as they make their nest, have babies, and teach them to fly. Includes information on the physical characteristics and behavior of blue jays.
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2008
Describes the parental behavior of Emperor penguins, focusing on how the male keeps the egg warm until it hatches and how the parents care for the chick after it is born.
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2003
Illustrations and rhyming text show how different animals carry their babies when they are on the move.
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1997
Describes the various parenting techniques of different types of wild animals and provides a close look at the behavior and characteristics of their offspring.
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2006
A mother emperor penguin treks hundreds of miles across the pack ice in search of food to bring back to her newborn chick.
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2015
"This fascinating book explains that some animals must learn the basics of staying alive from their mothers, while others know how to survive without being taught. Students will discover how some bird and mammal mothers...
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2010
A mother panda teaches her cub how to survive in their mountain habitat but as the sound of villagers clearing the forest approaches, she knows they must look for a new home.
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2014
"What's a great way for kids to learn about learning? Tell them how an otter takes swimming lessons, or how a chick learns to peck! Short entries portray how twelve different animals are taught various "lessons." Loads o...
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2007
Introduces the birth, development, care, feeding, and characteristics of baby amphibians.
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1987
Depicts different kinds of parental behavior among a variety of animals, including the trumpeter swan, mountain goat, and baboon.
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1998
Describes how a wolf pup grows through its first year with its siblings and other members of its pack.
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2004
Explains how young animals behave and the relationships they have with their parents.
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1993
Describes, in text and illustrations, twelve animal architects and why and how they build their unusual structures.
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2015
Describes how in the spring the American robin prepares her nest, lays her eggs, and sits patiently on her nest and keeps the eggs warm until twelve days pass and they are ready to hatch.
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2004
Explains, in simple text, why some animals do not stay with their mothers after birth, and why many need her love and care as children do.