"An innovative approach to teaching children about ecosystems and life cycles." — Kirkus Reviews
Discover match-and-learn fun for preschoolers: Baby animals don't always look like their mommies and daddies, so young children will be challenged throughout this book to match babies to their parents. Who is the parent of the cygnet? What does a hoglet's mommy look like? It's a wildly informative adventure that little ones will enjoy time and time again! • Sliding panels of baby animals make a delightful and satisfying format for preschool fun! • Each new spread offers clues to the right responses and provides bite-size information about each critter • Features vibrant and captivating illustrations by Camille Tisserand
Fans of Who Lives Where? and The Human Body will love the interactive learning found in Stephanie Babin's Whose Baby Is This? • Great family read-aloud book • Ideal for travelling and learning on the go • Books for 3–5 years old • Books for preschool and kindergarten students
About the Author
Stéphanie Babin is an author of books for young children, particularly nonfiction and interactive titles. She lives in Paris, France.
Camille Tisserand is a graphic designer and children's book illustrator. She lives in Paris.