The rain clouds are long gone and the dry season scorches the land. Everything is new for the baby giraffe. As she bounds ahead and lags behind, her mother patiently explains the ways of the grasslands. And until she grows a little taller, older, and wiser, her mother reminds her: “You’re strong with me.” From the makers of You’re Safe With Me and the Kirkus Best Picture Book of the Year You’re Snug With Me.
Follows a mother tiger and her cubs, Sera and Puli, as they seek a new home away from the men and dogs hunting near their den.
Friendship awaits in this book about feelings, expressed both in English and in Spanish.
Illustrations and simple, onomatopoeic text capture a busy day in the life of a large and diverse family of Australian animals.
When a tiny stray kitten turns up on the doorstep, Hina and her mother take the kitten in. Hina makes a home for her and learns all about caring for a living creature. Then one day the kitten goes missing.
Humans are capable of getting along with many different kinds of animals. Just look at how we keep dogs and cats as pets in our homes. This is a story about a deep bond between some children and a baby coati, an animal that lives in the jungles of Misiones, Argentina.
When Little Monkey’s curiosity causes her to slip and fall to the dark, shadowy rainforest floor, she must hide because an ocelot is looking for lunch. Thanks to Papa, Little Monkey knows what to do to stay safe. This adventure will enthrall readers as Little Monkey faces one challenge after another and will also teach them about the lives of pygmy marmoset monkeys, the smallest monkeys in the world.
What do newborn elephants look like? How big are they? What threatens them in the wild? Do they bully each other? Are they stalked by lions? What happens if they don’t get enough food or water? Are they at risk of extinction?
While baby animals are born–some with fur and some with scales, some with lots of brothers and sisters, some with none–a curious duck watches.
Young zoologists will recognize some familiar grassland friends like Giraffe, Cheetah, Kangaroo, and Antelope, but have they ever seen an Anteater look so cute on its mama’s back? Not to mention the fluffy Ostrich chick and the ever-alert Meerkat. With huggable pictures and appealing facts, this series is a great way to expand animal knowledge.