Baby Animals: See More Readers Level 1

Baby Animals: See More Readers Level 1

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by Seymour Simon

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Learn how several baby animals are the same in many ways, yet also different. Interesting facts and colorful photographs help the reader to compare and contrast.  See more details below


Learn how several baby animals are the same in many ways, yet also different. Interesting facts and colorful photographs help the reader to compare and contrast.

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Publishers Weekly
The SeeMore Readers series by Seymour Simon continues with the addition of four new titles. Baby Animals and Fighting Fires are Level 1 readers (preschool to grade three); Level 2 readers (grades 1-3) include Danger! Volcanoes and Amazing Aircraft. Softcover editions contain a perforated page of four collectible cards with full-color photographs on one side and facts on the other. (July) Copyright 2002 Cahners Business Information.
Children's Literature
Babies of any species are usually hard to resist. In this early reader that is part of the "See More Readers" series, kids will meet quite a few and glean some interesting facts. We learn that within an hour of birth, foals can walk around, and that baby chicks have no teeth so they swallow tiny stones to help them grind up their food. Cats and dogs are fairly helpless at birth and, like human children, depend on their mothers to nurse and help them learn their way in the world. Baby rabbits are also called fawns and while they are tiny compared to other members of the deer family, protective coloring serves a similar purpose. They are both pretty difficult to spot among the foliage. High quality photographs on each page help bring these various baby animals right into the readers' world. An excellent selection for home or school. Level 1, Grades preschool to 1. 2002, SeaStar,
— Marilyn Courtot
School Library Journal
PreS-K-A delightful romp of discovery, both pictorially and factually. The images in this picture book are so alive that children will reach out to touch them. Each animal, including a foal, a piglet, and a rhino calf, is treated to a full-color, photographic spread that includes the term for the baby and other fascinating facts in a few sentences with simple vocabulary. This engaging title is an asset to toddler or easy-reader collections.-Cynde Suite, formerly at Horry County Memorial Library, Surfside Beach, SC

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Seymour Simon the author of over 200 science books for children. More than half of his books have been named Outstanding Science Trade Books for Children by the National Science Teachers Association. He lives in Great Neck, New York.

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Baby Animals 4.3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 6 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Tuesday: You're probably wondering why it says comidian on th front. Well, I have your answer. My mom bought this for me, and I guess she thinks I'm pretty funny. Sure, a 4-year-old thinking a dalmatian has chicken pox because of the spots is funny, but I think the people who make these things are thinking of "comidians" who ar rich and (at least somewhat) famous. "Comidians" who spend all their time counting their money, not knowing what to do with it. "Comidians" who live in mansions with swimming pools and zip lines and pattiseries and sundae and tacobars and bars and a mall, asian buffet, mirror maze, BLANKET FACTORY, ANYTHING THEY CAN THINK OF! Well, I'm not one of those. I wish I was, but I'm not. So I firgured out a way that I can. Kind of. When I get my own room (within a year, I hope), I will totally transform it into a little mansion/apratment. I'll keep ice cream and toppings in a mini fridge (sundae bar), taco kits in my closet (taco bar), run a zipline across the room, get my brother to be my servant (by paying him $1 a month. I would do it), then repaint, put up a bigscreen TV, and put up a bookshelf, do anything I can to transform my room (might as well add a microwave and keep hot pockets in the freezer). But for now I have to share a room with my 6-year-old brother. I think I'll try to seperate our halfs by putting up a curtin.
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