What did I look like when I was a baby?
IL: LG - BL: 3 - AR Pts: 0.5
A young boy asks his mom this question, prompting animals around the world to ask their parents. They mostly hear about traits they had that were similar to their mom or dad, until a bullfrog asks his mom. Her answer is "Don't even ask". He hounds her until she pulls out a photograph of him as a tadpole. he refuses to believe he ever looked like that, vows never to trust his mom again, and hides under a rock. Then he hears his brothers and sisters singing a song about how all frogs develop from tadpoles and feels better.
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|Grouped Work ID||7eebd14a-fe56-fb8c-73e8-f3f49f79846f|
|Grouping Title||what did i look like when i was a baby|
|Grouping Author||willis jeanne|
|Last Grouping Update||2017-12-19 00:07:54AM|
|Last Indexed||2019-10-18 00:57:43AM|
|detailed_location_school||Cole Elementary - Everyone|
|display_description||A young boy and a series of animals learn that as babies, they looked like little versions of their mothers and fathers, but a young bullfrog is horrified when he is shown a photograph of himself as a tadpole.|
|local_callnumber_school||E WIL 3.0|
Animals -- Infancy. -- Fiction
Frogs -- Fiction
Parent and child. -- Fiction
Self-perception -- Fiction
Tadpoles -- Fiction
|title_display||What did I look like when I was a baby?|
|title_full||What did I look like when I was a baby? / Jeanne Willis ; illustrated by Tony Ross|
|title_short||What did I look like when I was a baby?|
Parent and child