Carry me! : animal babies on the move / written and illustrated by Susan Stockdale.
- 5 of 5 copies available at SC LENDS.
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|Florence - Lake City Branch||S (Text)||33172004221949||Juvenile Picture Book||Available||-|
|Florence - Main Library||S (Text)||33172003505060||Juvenile Picture Book||Available||-|
|Florence - Olanta Branch||S (Text)||33172004221972||Juvenile Picture Book||Available||-|
|Florence - Pamplico Branch||JE Stockdale, S (Text)||33172004221980||Juvenile Picture Book||Available||-|
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- ISBN: 1561453285
- ISBN: 9781561453283
- Physical Description: 1 volume (unpaged) : color illustrations ; 25 x 27 cm
- Edition: First edition.
- Publisher: Atlanta : Peachtree Publishers, 
- Copyright: ©2005
Learn how animal parents transport and care for their young. Shows young children how animals around the world carry their young, from kangaroos carrying babies in pouches to penguin babies perched on their parents' feet. Animals carry their young in a variety of ways. Some tote babies on their backs. Others dangle them from their mouths or prop them on their shoulders. In straightforward language and bright, colorful pictures, author-illustrator Susan Stockdale shows young children how animals around the world transport their young. From kangaroos carrying babies in pouches in the Australian outback to penguin babies perched on their parents' feet in the frozen Antarctic, Stockdale places each animal family in its natural habitat. The story ends on a reassuring note with a human baby snuggled in her mother's arms. In straightforward language and bright, colorful pictures, author and illustrator Susan Stockdale shows young children how animals around the world transport their young. The story ends on a reassuring note with a human baby snuggled in her mother's arms.
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