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What is a mammal? Young readers will discover simple yet compelling answers in this beautiful board book from Cathryn and John Sills' Discovering Nature series.
Educator and award-winning author Cathryn Sill introduces toddlers and preschoolers to the concept of mammals using pared-down, easy-to-understand facts about where they live, what they eat, and how they move. The book features simple, relatable truths like "All mammals have hair. All baby mammals drink milk.... Some mammals swim. Some mammals fly."
Noted wildlife artist John Sill adds context with beautiful, realistic watercolor illustrations of a variety of mammals--from the recognizable dolphin and raccoon to animals that may be newer to young readers, like the Muskox and the Big Brown Bat.
The Discovering Nature series is a dependable and informative nonfiction resource for helping toddlers and preschoolers explore basic animal and nature concepts. Perfect for a variety of early childhood education units and at-home learning.
Also by Cathryn and John Still:
Curious About Birds
Curious About Insects