This stunning collaboration between a children's librarian and an NBA-player-turned-watercolor-artist introduces readers to a collection of baby animals doing what comes naturallynursing. The luminous illustrations and lyrical text give children a glimpse into the worlds of 13 different mammal babies. Compelling childhood facts broaden the reader’s knowledge about each species. Facts include: newborn bats consume their own weight in milk every day, and polar bear cubs are so small that they fit between the toes on their mama's paw. The overarching theme of breastfeeding inspires conversations about parenting, biology, habitats, survival, and more, making this book an engaging choice for young children as well as elementary school readers.
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|Publisher:||Platypus Media, LLC|
|Product dimensions:||8.30(w) x 10.84(h) x 0.22(d)|
|Age Range:||4 - 7 Years|
About the Author
Jim Fox is a retired NBA player who is active in the National Watercolor Society. He is a father of two and a grandfather of five, and resides in Phoenix, Arizona with his wife of forty-five years. He collaborated with his daughter-in-law on Babies Nurse / Bebes Maman, his first children’s book. Phoebe Fox is a teacher, librarian, and author. She wrote Babies Nurse / Bebes Maman to highlight the natural beauty of breastfeeding. Her other books include Starry’s Haricut and the First Edition Project’s 2015 Selection, Up Up Up. She lives in Phoenix, Arizona.
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