Babies in the bayou by jim arnosky

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Babies in the Bayou by Jim Arnosky

There are lots of babies in the bayou, and even though they might have sharp white teeth, hard shells, webbed feet, or quick claws, their mothers still need to watch over them and protect them from harm. The babies learn how to dig, and swim, and follow their alert mothers’ lead. Children will fall under the bayou’s spell as they learn about a new world in this lyrically charming book by one of our most respected naturalists. As he’s done so masterfully with other animals and environments, Arnosky presents an intimate look at an unusual and rich habitat.

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Babies in the Bayou

Mar 18, ISBN years. There are lots of babies in the bayou, and even though they might have sharp teeth, hard shells, webbed feet, or quick claws, their mothers still need to watch over them and protect them from harm. Self-taught artist and naturalist Jim Arnosky has written and illustrated over 90 nature books for children, as well as illustrated over 50 books by other authors. Paperback —. Add to Cart. About Babies in the Bayou There are lots of babies in the bayou, and even though they might have sharp teeth, hard shells, webbed feet, or quick claws, their mothers still need to watch over them and protect them from harm.

Arnosky Beachcombing: Exploring the Seashore looks at the littlest inhabitants of the Southern marshland, while still exposing the tooth-and-claw nature of life in the wild. Arnosky portrays all the babies under the watchful eyes of their mothers "Mother alligator guards her babies well. She lets no one come near". But he also makes it clear this is an ecosystem, where just about every creature is some other creature's dinner. When the raccoon mother teaches her adorable babies "how to dig for tasty turtle eggs," their meal occupies one side of a spread, while more fortunate turtle babies emerge from eggs in another area of the swamp.

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There are lots of babies in the bayou, and even though they might have sharp teeth, hard shells, webbed feet, or quick claws, their mothers still need to watch over them and protect them from harm. The babies learn how to dig, swim, and follow their alert mothers' lead. Children will fall under the bayou's spell as they learn all about this unusual and rich habitat. Jim Arnosky is well known for his "keen observations of nature and his fine artistic talent" School Library Journal. Otters Under Water was called "first-rate natural history for the youngest" by Kirkus Reviews pointer review , and School Library Journal wrote that in it "each of his creatures exhibits a distinct individualism.

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