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Descriptive (fiction), Trade Book, Lexile 290
In this story, baby llama Lloyd asks several baby animals the simple question: "Is your mama a llama?" Since he asks this of a bat, swan, cow, seal, and kangaroo, the answer is, of course, no. The animals then go on to explain some of the physical attributes and behaviors of their mamas, allowing Lloyd to guess what kind of animal each one is. The story is told in rhyme all the way to the end, when readers finally hear what llama mamas look like.
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Is Your Mama a Llama?
By Deborah Guarino
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