This is how I grow /

by Michels, Dia L [author.]; Davies, Wesley [illustrator.].
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: Washington, D.C. : Science, Naturally!, an imprint of Platypus Media, LLC, 2020.Edition: First edition.Description: 51 pages : color illustrations ; 29 cm.ISBN: 9781938492105; 1938492102.Subject(s): Animals -- Infancy -- Juvenile literature | Growth -- Juvenile literature | Juvenile worksSummary: "Explore what it means to be all grown up! All newborn mammals-whether they have hooves, flippers, claws, or wings-rely on mother's milk to help them grow. In order to survive, every cub, calf, and kit must eventually figure out how to find their own food. From bats learning how to fly to elephants gaining control of their trunks, animal families help their young develop the tools they need to hunt, forage, or scavenge. Open this book to explore the incredible variety of skills baby mammals must learn in order to survive and thrive"-- Provided by publisher.
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Explore what it means to be all grown up! All newborn mammals-whether they have hooves, flippers, claws, or wings-rely on mother's milk to help them grow. In order to survive, every cub, calf, and kit must eventually figure out how to find their own food. From bats learning how to fly to elephants gaining control of their trunks, animal families help their young develop the tools they need to hunt, forage, or scavenge. Open this book to explore the incredible variety of skills baby mammals must learn in order to survive and thrive.This Is How I Grow has been awarded the 2019 Tillywig Brain Child award, Creative Child Book of the Year award, and the 2020 Feathered Quill Book Award in two categories.

"Explore what it means to be all grown up! All newborn mammals-whether they have hooves, flippers, claws, or wings-rely on mother's milk to help them grow. In order to survive, every cub, calf, and kit must eventually figure out how to find their own food. From bats learning how to fly to elephants gaining control of their trunks, animal families help their young develop the tools they need to hunt, forage, or scavenge. Open this book to explore the incredible variety of skills baby mammals must learn in order to survive and thrive"-- Provided by publisher.

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