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Apolar bear mother gives birth while hibernating, then goes back to sleep for another two months. A male seahorse carries the female's eggs in a pouch until they are ready to hatch. A fox brings home live mice to help teach her pups to hunt. Whether it's giving birth, protecting their young or teaching them survival skills animals produce and care for their babies in some extraordinary ways. Filled with fascinating facts and realistic illustrations, Animals and Their Young is a unique resource for discovering the diversity of animal life
About the Author :
Pamela Hickman has contributed to Animals and Their Young: How Animals Produce and Care for Their Babies as an author.
PAM HICKMAN makes her home in Canning, Nova Scotia. She knows from her own children what fascinates kids at the seashore, and she's an award-winning author of science-based activity books for young readers.
Pat Stephens has contributed to Animals and Their Young: How Animals Produce and Care for Their Babies as an author. Pat Stephens, mother, animal lover and artist, lives in a crowded house in Durham, Ontario. She has illustrated over 20 animal - related books for children.
|Title:||Animals and Their Young: How Animals Produce and Care for Their Babies||Publisher:||Kids Can Press|
|Author:||Pamela Hickman, Pat Stephens|
|No. of Pages:||40|
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