Baby LoonAuthor Aubrey Lang Photographs by Wayne Lynch ISBN 9781554555871 Binding Trade Paper Publisher Fitzhenry & Whiteside Publication Date March 14, 2022 Size 203 x 178 mm
New in the bestselling Nature Babies series! Using simple and informative text, young readers learn about the first year in the lives of baby animals in the wild. In this title animal lovers will discover the habitat, diet and early experiences of baby loons.
Each book includes a "Did You Know" section, index and table of contents.
When Dr. Wayne Lynch met Aubrey Lang, he was an emergency doctor and she was a pediatric nurse. Within five years they were married and had left their jobs in medicine to work together as freelance science writers and wildlife photographers. For over forty years they have explored the great wilderness areas of the world — tropical rainforests, remote islands in the Arctic and Antarctic, deserts, mountains, prairies and African plains.
Dr. Lynch is a popular guest lecturer and an award-winning science writer. His books cover a wide range of subjects, including: the biology and behaviour of owls, penguins and northern bears; arctic, boreal and grassland ecology; and the lives of prairie birds and mountain wildlife. He is a fellow of the internationally recognized Explorers Club — a select group of scientists, eminent explorers and distinguished persons, noteworthy for their contributions to world knowledge and exploration. Membership is by invitation only and has included such renowned explorers as Peary, Lindbergh, Byrd, Roosevelt, Stefansson and Issac Asimov. He is also an elected Fellow of the prestigious Arctic Institute of North America . He was elected in recognition of his contributions to the knowledge of polar and subpolar regions. The electing board applauded his diverse career as a naturalist, wildlife photographer and science writer.
"I cannot tell you how happy I am to see these new additions to the Nature Babies series. While I was still teaching and working as a teacher-librarian, I used them in classroom studies and as suggested nonfiction for the kids in our K-5 school.
"This wife and husband team do a superb job of bringing nature and its many inhabitants to young readers. The writing is straightforward and very informative, telling readers a clear story of the first months in the life of many young creatures. They are geared toward 5-8-year olds with clear, contextual photographs. Readers learn about habitat, diet, parenting, predators, the hunt for food and the search for safety. The focus on one species at a time proves very valuable."
— Sal's Fiction Addiction