A Natural History of Parenting: A Naturalist Looks at Parenting in the Animal World and Ours
Anyone who has ever held a baby or observed a nesting bird will find much to inform and entertain in this enchantingly written and thoroughly researched book. Allport revels in the marvelous diversity of care in the animal world. And she shows us our place in that world with great humor, knowledge, and common sense.
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Review: Natural History of Parenting, A: From Emperor Penguins to Reluctant Ewes, a Naturalist Looks at Parenting in the Animal World and OursUser Review - Kristina - Goodreads
I'm only on page 34 and already this book has made me laugh, made me say, "wow!" and caught me up in the mysteries of biology and parenting and also in the personal tales by the author! If you want to ... Read full review
Review: A Natural History of Parenting: From Emperor Penguins to Reluctant Ewes, a Naturalist Looks at Parenting in the Animal World and OursUser Review - Rebecca - Goodreads
This book is making me more annoying that usual. Today I told a bored friend, "Did you know that marsupials can produce two completely different types of milk from their two mammary glands? Or that ... Read full review
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The Art of Nesting
Egg Layers and Live Birthers
Birth and HatchingEmergence
Whose Child Is This?
Nesters Cachers Carriers and Followers
The Evolution of Love
The Limits of Devotion