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Caroline Arnold is the author of 150 books for children. Her many honors include awards from the American Library Association, P.E.N., the National Science Teachers Association, and the Washington Post / Children's Book Guild. Caroline’s interest in animals and the outdoors began when she was a child growing up in Minnesota. After majoring in art and literature at Grinnell College in Iowa, she received her M.A. in art from the University of Iowa. Caroline lives in Los Angeles with her husband, Art, a neuroscientist.
Tap-tap, tap-tap! A woodpecker welcomes morning to the Sonoran Desert, and with it, award-winning author/illustrator Caroline Arnold starts the clock ticking ...
Cheerup, cheerup! Cheerup, cheerup! A robin's song begins and ends this book, but it's the 24 hours in between that will fascinate readers. Award-winning ...
Award-winning author/illustrator Caroline Arnold invites readers to hunker down in the Amazon from sunrise to sunrise and experience one 24-hour cycle of ...
Wee-o! calls a prairie dog, and so starts one 24-hour cycle of animal activity on the North American prairie. Award-winning author/illustrator Caroline Arnold ...
The arctic wind howls, but the two polar bear cubs are warm inside their den. They snuggle tight against their mother and drink her milk. Three months later, ...
The plump baby walrus is just a few days old, but he's ready for his first swim. Splash! He tires quickly and grabs a ride on his mother's back. She keeps him ...
After spending seven months in his mother's pouch, a baby wombat is finally ready to face the world. He cautiously takes his first steps. His mother uses her ...
Describes the development of a baby penguin to its maturity.
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