Published by Owlkids
Summary: Young animals are shown on the move. Some, like the zebra, can move independently practically at birth, while others, like kangaroos, get a ride with parents. Each two page spread shows one or two animals moving with their parents, and includes a sentence or two of text describing what’s going on. Suzi Eszterhas introduces herself on the last two pages, showing additional photographs taken for this book, and explaining a bit about her work as a wildlife photographer. 24 pages; ages 3-8.
Pros: Another work of almost unbearable cuteness by Suzi Eszterhas. Kids will love looking at the pictures, and the text is accessible for preschoolers. Look for other books in this series: Baby Animals Eating and Baby Animals Playing.
Cons: There’s not a lot of information if readers are doing any kind of research.