Why Do I Have to Grow Up?

¿POR QUÉ TENGO QUE LLEGAR A SER ADULTO? BABY TROPICAL MOCKINGBIRD

by Carol Creager

Why Do I Have to Grow Up?
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Why Do I Have to Grow Up?

¿POR QUÉ TENGO QUE LLEGAR A SER ADULTO? BABY TROPICAL MOCKINGBIRD

by Carol Creager

Published Nov 21, 2020
27 Pages
Genre: JUVENILE NONFICTION / Animals / Birds



 

Book Details

One of our babies does not want to grow up to take on responsibilities to care for himself.He wants his parents to keep feeding him, even when we show him feeders full of fruit.Have you humans ever had such a problem?

Uno de nuestros nenes no quiere madurarse y ser responsable para cuidarse.Quiere que sigamos dándole comida y casa, aunque le mostramos sitios con frutas que puede comer.¿Jamás han tenido ustedes humanos tal problema?

 

About the Author

Carol Creager

What do I know about wildlife? I have watched and photographed it since I was a small child. I have visited most Spanish-speaking countries during my vacations from teaching Spanish. My first trip to Costa Rica was in 1970. My goals in life are to entertain as well as to educate others and to promote conservation. I want everyone to be able to see and to appreciate nature and wildlife; therefore, I write photographic books. Most books describe animals and birds. I want you to see what I see while I travel so that you can understand as much as possible how creatures live, what they eat, how they move, and what they do where they are visible. I tired of studying books talking about ecology and wildlife; I want you to see what each creature looks like and how they act. I chose Spanish-speaking countries for two reasons. First, I speak the language and have photographed everything I could for many years for my students to see as they learned the language. To communicate successfully with people of other countries, you need to understand their customs and culture as well as their language. Second, people are familiar with huge African and Asian animals. Unfortunately, little attention has been paid to the wealth of Latin American wildlife; I am trying to do my bit to help remedy the lack. While most of my books are written primarily for children, I hope adults too will enjoy the photographs and humor as well as learn more about the wildlife. Carol Creager

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Mischief and McGuffey in Ireland with Paul Byrom
What Is a Squirrel Monkey
What is a Tamandua
Ronnie's Reach
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Who Cares about Our Colors
Are My Eyes Bigger than My Stomach
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Why Did I Do Tricks for Luis?
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How a Baby Monkey Travels
Our Goal Is Living Free in Peace
Why Do I Howl?
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