Hello, Baby Beluga by Darrin P. Lunde

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Take a trip to the Arctic with Baby Beluga.

Pre-readers and beginning readers meet the adorable and playful baby beluga whale. The questions that kids will have for the baby beluga are answered simply and clearly by the baby whale himself. Young learners discover that baby belugas stay close to their mothers and live in large pods, they eat shrimp and fish and other sea creatures, and they can make many sounds like chirps, moos, whistles, and more.

HELLO, BABY BELUGA is perfect for reading aloud at story hour and bed time.

Patricia Wynne illustrates baby beluga’s icy blue north Atlantic home and lets children get up close to these fascinating and friendly creatures.

About Darrin P. Lunde

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Darrin Lunde has worked as a mammalogist at the American Museum of Natural History for 15 years. His work has brought him into contact with all kinds of animals, big and small, throughout the remote forests of South America, Africa, and Asia where he camped for months at a time to survey species diversity and to discover new species. Hello, Bumblebee Bat and Meet the Meerkat are his first two children's books. Darrin lives in New York City.Patricia Wynne is a well-known scientific illustrator whose art has been included in many collections and exhibited around the country. Her detailed illustrations have appeared in 90 books, including The Body Book, Tropical Rain Forest, and Backyard. Patricia lives in New York City.
Published February 1, 2011 by Charlesbridge. 32 pages
Genres: Nature & Wildlife, Children's Books.

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Lunde and Wynne pair up for the third time (Meet the Meerkat, 2007, etc.), here acquainting the youngest animal lovers with facts about the beluga whale.

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