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Thanks for telling us about the problem. Return to Book Page. Preview — Baby Animals by Garth Williams. Baby Animals by Garth Williams. Written and illustrated by some of the best children's book authors and artist, Little Golden Books are known by their gold-foil binding and by the pleasure they bring to children. Get A Copy. Hardcover , 24 pages.
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Sort order. Jan 10, Shannon rated it really liked it Shelves: francis. Beautifully illustrated. The arrangement felt really random to me. Allie liked the monkey page, but otherwise didn't seem too impressed. Oct 18, Shellie Brown rated it it was amazing. Jan 01, Nathan rated it liked it. I enjoy Garth Williams artwork.
Jan 30, Peacegal rated it it was ok. I'm sure I had this book as a child. That said, it is a dated book that I'd not be especially keen to read to the intended audience today. From a modern sensibility, I don't have much good to say about a book whose first line is "Baby Bear holds his toes.
He wants to be a circus bear when he grows up. He wants to make all the children laugh.
May 09, Josiah rated it it was ok. The introductions to the various types of animals are done well, and the illustrations by the legendary Garth Williams are everything that I have come to expect from him. This book is actually the first one that I have read which was both written AND illustrated by Garth Williams, and it is a debut that I awaited with much interest for quite a long while. Each drawing of the animals is carefully rendered with beautiful precision in thought, perfectly allowing for the inherent glamor of the anim The introductions to the various types of animals are done well, and the illustrations by the legendary Garth Williams are everything that I have come to expect from him.
Each drawing of the animals is carefully rendered with beautiful precision in thought, perfectly allowing for the inherent glamor of the animal to shine through in unobscured clarity. This is a fine book selection for young readers, or fans of great illustrations and, in particular, for fans of Garth Williams. Shelves: animals , children-s-books , i-own-a-copy , read , 5-stars , favorites , read-more-than-once.
This is a good book to read to kids so that they can learn about baby animals and what they do. I always enjoyed this because the baby animals were so cute and loveable. The squirrel, Chipmunk, Kangaroo, Rabbit and the lion and tiger babies were my favorite in the book. The illustrations were wonderful as well and colorful.
Dec 04, Cornelius rated it really liked it Shelves: animal-books. For a pre-k children, this book provide illustrations of baby animals and their survival in the wild. I would use this book to explain to children what different animals eat, how they survive from other animals, where they live, their characteristics, and illustrate what different animals look like. Dec 04, Nicole rated it liked it.
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Sep 09, Dee rated it really liked it Recommends it for: Any child. It's exactly what it sounds like - lots of cute baby animal pictures, and the correct names for them as well it's cool when a little kid knows a baby goose is called a gosling, and other such facts, from an early age. Mar 12, Jaimee added it Shelves: childrens. This was so cute.