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Wild Babiesby Margriet Ruurs
Synopses & Reviews
Placed 3rd in the Picture Book Category of the 2004-2005 Chocolate Lily Book Awards
Nominated for Shining Willow Award (The Saskatchewan Young Readers Choice Awards)
A gorgeous introduction to wildlife families that features breath-taking art full of hidden surprises for young readers.
The lively alliterative text in Wild Babies describes raccoon kits, otter pups, loon chicks, wolf cubs and more. Share the joy as these adorable babies learn to navigate their world of forests, mountains, or lakes. A legend helps to identify objects hidden in each painting, while detailed notes provide added information for budding naturalists.
The perfect book for summer campers, and for armchair campers too.
- A beautiful book about animals and their young
- An introduction to the great, wild, natural world in picture-book format
- Pictures include hidden objects for eager readers to discover
About the Author
Margriet Ruurs is the author of many books for children, including A Mountain Alphabet and When We Go Camping. She has a Masters Degree in Education, and has spent her adult life both writing books for children, and teaching children about books. Margriet has spent a great deal of time hiking and camping in the mountains, and traveling. She has lived across North America, and now makes her home in Alberta.
Andrew Kiss came to Canada from Hungary in 1957. He grew up in Vancouver, teaching himself how to paint while working at sawmills. Andrew paints wildlife and landscapes, and has spent much of his life traveling the world to see his subjects in their native habitats. Andrew Kisss work has been exhibited across North America and Europe. Wild Babies is his third book with Tundra.
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