In this exciting new series of children's books, Suzi Eszterhas follows the lives of baby animals from birth to adulthood as they grow up in the wild.
Far away in the Pacific Ocean, a baby sea otter is born, just a little bigger than a kitten. See her learn how to find food and look after herself. At first she floats in the water while Mom dives for food, and later she learns how to dive herself, for delicious clams and crabs, and how to sleep on a bed of sea grass in the water. By the time she is one year old she is grown-up and ready to have a baby of her own.
This beautifully photographed book for young children (ages 4-7) shows all aspects of the animal's life in the wild, with close-up pictures of the family group in its natural habitat.
The book includes conservation information and useful websites. Eye on the Wild is published by Frances Lincoln Publishers.
Each book is a signed hardcover, 32 pages, and measures 10 ¼ inches by 9 ¾ inches.
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