We all "leave the nest" eventually, and animals do, too. Here we
follow different creatures from all sorts of environments as they
leave home and venture off to make their own place in the natural
world. Some walk (jaguars), some crawl (crabs), some swim (sharks).
Some leave as soon as they're born (salamanders), and others leave
after several years (elephants). Albatrosses fly across oceans
while hedgehogs walk only a short distance away. And songbirds even
Sneed B. Collard III presents a variety of living things on
land, in water, and in the air to show how, when, and why baby
animals leave. Joan Dunning's bright and lively watercolors deftly
portray these creatures breaking the bounds of home to find their
own place in the natural world.
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