You Can't Lay An Egg If You're An Elephant

You Can't Lay An Egg If You're An Elephant

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Baker & Taylor
Explains different types of reproduction in the animal world, giving examples of large and small birds who lay eggs, and large and small mammals who give birth to live babies.

Hachette Book Group
You can't lay an egg if you're an elephant! So how are baby elephants born? What about baby penguins or baby chickens? Do they come from eggs? What about humans? This informative text examines the difference between animals that lay eggs and animals that give birth to live babies. Each chapter describes how different kinds of animals are born and is accompanied by humorous poems and whimsical artwork that make learning biology fun for young readers.

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& Taylor

Informative text examines the difference between animals that lay eggs and animals that give birth to live babies with the help of humorous poems and whimsical artwork that make learning biology fun for young readers.

Publisher: Maplewood, N.J. : Blue Apple Books, 2007
ISBN: 9781593546069
1593546068
Branch Call Number: J 571.8 EHRLI
Characteristics: 33 pages : illustrations (chiefly color) ; 27 cm
Additional Contributors: Haley, Amanda - Illustrator

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