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text written by Ben Richmond ; [contributor], Angelo Soto-Centeno.

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Author: Richmond, Benjamin
Other Names: Soto-Centeno, J. Angel,
Published: New York, NY : Sterling Children's Books, an imprint of Sterling Publishing Co., Inc., [2018]
Series: First discoveries.
Topics: Giant panda - Juvenile literature. | Pandas - Juvenile literature. | Bamboo - Juvenile literature. | Giant panda - Development - Juvenile literature. | Giant panda - Infancy - Juvenile literature. | Adaptation (Biology) - Juvenile literature. | Giant panda. | Pandas. | Bamboo. | Pandas - Development. | Pandas - Infancy. | Adaptation (Biology) | JUVENILE NONFICTION - Animals - Baby Animals. | JUVENILE NONFICTION - Animals - Bears. | Giant pandas - Development. | Giant pandas - Infancy. | Giant panda. | Pandas.
Genres: Juvenile works. | Literature.
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Author: Richmond, Benjamin, 1986-
Physical Description: 1 volume (28 unnumbered pages) : color illustrations ; 27 cm
ISBN: 9781454927402 (hardcover)
1454927402 (hardcover)
Copyright: ©2018
Summary: With stunning photography, this nonfiction picture book from the American Museum of Natural History follows a baby panda from birth through adulthood. Though he starts out blind and helpless, cradled against mom in the den, the adorable cub soon changes. His fur fills in, and he learns to swim and climb--and tastes bamboo for the first time! Fun to read and look at, Baby Panda Chews Bamboo will enchant young animal lovers.
Target Audience: Ages 3-9 years.
Notes: At head of title: American Museum of Natural History.
Other Names: Soto-Centeno, J. Angel, consultant.
American Museum of Natural History, issuing body, copyright holder.
Sterling Children's Books, publisher, copyright holder.
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More Details for: Baby panda chews bamboo