Life is not easy for baby animals in the wild. They have to learn how to find food, stay safe, and avoid being eaten. Some do it all on their own. Others have help from their parents. How do they communicate? How do they learn what to do and what not to do? In Super Science: Does a Fly Cry?, readers in grades 1-3 will discover some of the interesting behaviors baby animals and their parents engage in to help ensure their survival.
This series presents standards-supporting concepts in relatable, often-humorous ways to engage young readers and provide teachers with fun informational texts to support science curriculums. Maximum information is delivered with minimal text to engage and support early readers.