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Animal babies, wild and free (A Whitman tween-age book)
Animal babies wild and free - A Whitman tween-age book Author:Gladys Baker Bond Moose calf heard a great pine crash. He found himself running -- not with his mother, but with a half-grown bear! — A puppy expects to find food in a dish. There is no dish in the wilderness. There is no food. And so Spud chewed on his green rubber bone.... — Bear Cub smelled a SMELL -- a something-good-to-eat smell. Why did Bear Mother spank... more » him and send him up a tree?
New Fawn liked to bounce all around the campground. But, oh, how quickly he turned into a spotted shadow when he saw a bear! But then, one day, New Fawn had to face a bear....
The lessons animal babies must learn are hard -- to "answer when spoken to", to melt into the shadows, to move silently, to look and listen and hide and run-- and to eat and not be eaten. In this exciting group of wilderness tales, small animals learn these many lessons so that they may live as Nature intended them to live -- wild and free.« less