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Baby horses —Kalman, Bobbie.

Although some still live in the wild, most horses and their babies, or foals, are cared for by people. This beautiful new book for primary students features different kinds of foals, the basic facts about these babies, a...

Baby elephants —Kalman, Bobbie.

Entertaining photographs of baby elephants playing, swimming, and rolling in mud highlight this introduction to elephants. Basic facts feature the three main kinds of elephants and simple explains how calves are born, wh...

The life cycle of a koala —Kalman, Bobbie.

Describes the physical characteristics, behavior, life cycle, and natural environment of the koala, a marsupial found only in Australia.

Community helpers from A to Z —Kalman, Bobbie.

An alphabet book introducing occupations oriented to the community, including emergency workers, medical workers, the service industry and business.

Baby bears —Kalman, Bobbie

Large, captivating photographs fill this delightful new book for primary students on the basic facts of bear cubs. Children will be amazed to discover how tiny a bear is when it is born! Easy to read text provides brief,...

What is a vertebrate? —Kalman, Bobbie.

Describes what vertebrates are and introduces the five groups of vertebrates: fish, amphibians, reptiles, birds, and mammals.

The life cycle of a sea turtle —Kalman, Bobbie.

Describes how sea turtles develop from eggs to adult turtles and migrate long distances, talks about the dangers they face from animal and human predators, and suggests ways children can help.

The life cycle of an earthworm —Kalman, Bobbie.

An introduction to the various types of worms, how they reproduce, what they eat, where they are found, and the threats to their existence.

The life cycle of an ant —Dyer, Hadley.

Describes the life cycle of the ant, their anatomy and colonies.

Life in a longhouse village —Kalman, Bobbie.

This book introduces children to the traditional life of the Native nations who lived in l onghouses and shared a common way of life.

Native homes —Kalman, Bobbie.

This book introduces children to the traditional dwellings built and used by Native nations across North America.

The life cycle of an emperor penguin —Kalman, Bobbie.

Describes the physical characteristics, habitat, life cycle, and behaviour of emperor penguins as well as threats they face and what can be done to help them.

The life cycle of a raccoon —Crossingham, John, 1974-

Explains the stages of raccoon development from birth to maturity, including how cubs learn to forage, how they survive in cities, and what man-made dangers they face.

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