Baby Animals of the Wetlands [NOOK Book]

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This easy-to-read science book will entertain and delight young readers. Learn about the different animals that live in wetlands. Filled with interesting facts and stunning photographs, readers explore these swampy habitats. See the wetlands through the eyes of the baby egrets, marsh rabbits, alligators, and more.
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Baby Animals of the Wetlands

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Overview

This easy-to-read science book will entertain and delight young readers. Learn about the different animals that live in wetlands. Filled with interesting facts and stunning photographs, readers explore these swampy habitats. See the wetlands through the eyes of the baby egrets, marsh rabbits, alligators, and more.
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Editorial Reviews

Children's Literature - Kristin Harris
This is a science lesson about wetlands all wrapped up in cute baby animals. Swamps and marshes are both wetlands or land surrounded by a lot of water. Some wetlands are fresh water and some are salt water. Lots of little baby animals grow up in wetlands. Wood ducks are born up in a tree and when they are only one-day old they jump into the water to their waiting parents. Baby alligators hatch from eggs and are carried around in their mother's mouth to be protected predators. When baby turtles are frightened, they jump into the water and hide in the mud. Baby Florida panthers have spots to help them hide from their enemies. Egret babies are fluffy and white, like their parents. Each animal is documented with two photographs, one full-page image of the babies and the second with at least one of the parents in their native habitat. Large, well-spaced text makes for easy reading. Additional reading suggestions and web links are also included. Reviewer: Kristin Harris
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781464503740
  • Publisher: Enslow Publishers, Incorporated
  • Publication date: 10/1/2013
  • Series: Nature's Baby Animals
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Pages: 24
  • File size: 11 MB
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Table of Contents

Words to Know 3

Wetlands 4

Baby Wood Duck 6

Baby Alligator 8

Baby Sandhill Crane 10

Baby Nutria 12

Baby Egret 14

Baby Turtle 16

Baby Panther 18

Baby Dragonfly 20

Learn More: Books 22

Web Sites 23

Index 24

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