Whose Baby Am I? by John Butler

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Renowned wildlife artist John Butler has created a wonderful way to introduce very young children to animals. Each right-hand page-on sturdy card stock-features a picture of an adorable baby animal with the question "Whose baby am I?" Turn the page and see the baby together with its parent. The guessing game format and the mix-and-match game at the end of the book encourage interaction and make this an ideal book to share with little ones.

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About John Butler

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John A. Butler worked for thirty five years at IBM in management and technical training, and is currently president of The Halcyon Group, Inc., a business and technical education concern in Bethesda, Maryland.copyright ? 2000 by Penguin Putnam Books for Young Readers. All rights reserved.
Published May 3, 2001 by Penguin Books, Limited (UK). 24 pages
Genres: Nature & Wildlife, Children's Books, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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An over-sized drawing of a juvenile wild animal is accompanied by the question “Whose baby am I?” Readers turn the page to discover a portrait of baby and parent, along with the statement “I am an owl baby” or “I am an elephant baby” This basic format is repeated throughout.

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joins John Butler's q&a-style titles (e.g., Whose Baby Am I?) with visual clues and detailed, anthropomorphic animal portraits against a pastel backdrop.

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