Pre K - 3rd grade. Family is important, but who’s in a family? Why, the people who love you the most!This equal opportunity, open-minded picture book has no preconceptions about what makes a family a family. There’s even equal time given to some of children’s favorite animal families. With warm and inviting jewel-tone illustrations, this is a great book for that long talk with a little person on your lap.
A cheetah cub licks its mother in Kenya's Masai Mara National Reserve. Adapted to life on the African plains, adults can go without water for three or four days. Perhaps an inspiration for football players, the black lines on a cheetah's face protect its eyes from the sun. Eszterhas hopes that her photos of endangered animals will create wildlife activists
Does a Kangaroo Have a Mother, Too? After reading the book, Does a Kangaroo Have a Mother, Too?, by Eric Carle, we make our own version. Children choose a favorite animal. Each page says: “Does a _____ have a mother, too? Yes! A _____ has a mother. Just like me and you!” Children cut and glue a magazine picture of an animal on the page or draw a picture of that animal on the page.