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baby animalsBaby Animals – A very cute non-fiction book for early grades (aimed at Grade 1) about baby animals. Another great creative commons book from Mustard Seed Books.

By: Mustard Seed

 

 

Text and Images from Baby Animals

Baby Animals kittensHere is a baby cat.
A baby cat is called a kitten.

Baby Animals puppyHere is a baby dog.
A baby dog is called a puppy.

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  • I love this book.

     
  • I was looking for animal book for my son because he is so into in animals! Luckily found your one, it’s so awesome and cute

     
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  • zack writes:
    super awesome

    Jake and Tanner writes:
    Fun book for a 2.5 yr old. Thank you

    Anouk Costello writes:
    Thank you I really enjoyed your book, especially the tiger cub.

    Tabitha writes:
    I loved this book.

    max writes:
    I like it becausce I like the part where it said a baby dog is a puppy.

     
  • Amya writes:
    very cute!

    Cris writes:
    Great need more ….lol

    Kian writes:
    This book was cute

    alexa writes:
    I love this book so much

    Sean writes:
    We loved the pictures and the repeated pattern.

     
  • zoe writes:
    i just love this book because i love animals to and it had animals….lolololol

    Sebastian writes:
    i like this Book!

    salvador writes:
    it was a good story and it was about animals it give you a lot of information.

    irene writes:
    cute!

    Kayden writes:
    Love that book

     
  • Rodney and Ali writes:
    It is inspiring cause their cute and it tells what they are called

    alex writes:
    I like this book because animals are great.

    Adam writes:
    Great book for my 2 year old son.

    kylie writes:
    good

    lola writes:
    awesome so adorable

     

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