Pamela is an award-winning author of over 35 non-fiction nature books for children, including The Kids Canadian Nature Series, First Look at Nature Series, Animal Senses and Animals Hibernating.
Pamela is an award-winning author of over 35 non-fiction nature books for children, including The Kids Canadian Nature Series, First Look at Nature Series, Animal Senses and Animals Hibernating. She lives in Canning, Nova Scotia.
Animals and Their Young book. Pamela Hickman, Pat Stephens (Illustrator). A polar bear mother gives birth while hibernating, then goes back. Details (if other): Cancel. Thanks for telling us about the problem. A polar bear mother gives birth while hibernating, then goes back to sleep for another two months. A male seahorse carries a female's eggs in a pouch until they are ready to hatch.
Part of the Animal Behavior Series). Whether by giving birth, protecting their young or teaching them survival skills, animals produce and care for their babies in some extraordinary ways.
FREE shipping on qualifying offers. Male warblers grow colorful feathers during the spring mating season. Male moose compete for a female by head-butting each other with their antlers. Female ospreys are fed and protected by their mates while they hatch their eggs.
A solid entry in the Animal Behaviour series. This one is not as visually appealing as the previous book in the series we read. The colours are very subdued, browns, tans, greys.
In this book in the Animal Behavior series, discover how animals produce and care for their babies. Animals and Their Young. A solid entry in the Animal Behaviour series. Much more text per page than is necessary causing the 7yo to zone out occassionally. But otherwise a decent enough book to cover the topic. The 7yo particularly enjoyed the pages which described what his life would be like if he were certain baby animals. ElizaJane, September 27, 2007.
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Items related to Animals and Their Young: How Animals Produce and Care. Pamela Hickman Animals and Their Young: How Animals Produce and Care for Their Babies. Containing lots of interesting facts, activities and easy-to-do experiments, this title in the Animal Behavior series takes a resourceful approach to exploring animal life. She has illustrated over 20 animal-related books for children.
Animals look after their babies till the babies grow enough to take care of. .Reproduce means producing babies.
Animals look after their babies till the babies grow enough to take care of themselves. Name of some animals and their young ones: Hen young one is chick. Duck young one is duckling. Cat young one is kitten. Fish young one is fry. Some of the animals and their babies (young ones) are shown below in the picture. Some animals like frogs, hens, crow, etc. lay eggs. The eggs are hatched. After some period of time babies come out of the eggs. Animals Around Us. Food for Animals. Animals and their Babies.
by Pamela Hickman and Pat Stephens. Book Guides, Activities & Lessons 1. Nonfiction Read and Respond Customizable Lesson. Images courtesy of publishers, organizations, and sometimes their Twitter handles. 1 Total Resource View Text Complexity Submit Text Complexity. Created by TeachingBooks. Explore Related Books by. Nonfiction Science. The Snowy Day. by Ezra Jack Keats. 33 Resources2 Awards.
The duo that produced Animals in Motion (2000)and Animals Eating (2001) returns with a look at animal babies-how . How Animals Produce and Care for Their Babies. by Pamela Hickman & illustrated by Pat Stephens.
The duo that produced Animals in Motion (2000)and Animals Eating (2001) returns with a look at animal babies-how some begin as eggs, including puffins, frogs, and platypuses, and how others, such as koalas, giraffes, walruses, and sloths, are born live.