A teacher and classroom favorite from Melissa Stewart?s award-winning A Place for? series, which spotlights vanishing species. Ideal for budding scientists, environmentalists, and nature lovers.?A per
Turtles outlived the dinosaurs, but today they are one of the most threatened species of vertebrae on Earth. How can we help?
A teacher and classroom favorite from Melissa Stewart?s award-winning A Place for? series, which spotlights vanishing species. Ideal for budding scientists, environmentalists, and nature lovers.
?A perfect resource.? ?National Science Teachers Association
In simple yet engaging language, acclaimed science writer Melissa Stewart showcases twelve types of North American turtles, from the familiar box turtle to the majestic loggerhead turtle. Her clear narrative shows the threats these turtles face, and informative sidebars describe a wide variety of efforts to save them. Featuring glorious full-color illustrations by Higgins Bond and range maps for each turtle, this is a perfect choice for budding scientists, environmentalists, and nature lovers.
This nonfiction picture book is part of a prize-winning series designed to inform young readers about a wide range of environmental issues and to present ways people can help protect animals and their natural habitats.
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Teacher?s Guide available.
Green Earth Book Award (Nonfiction) / The Nature Generation
NSTA Recommends / National Science Teachers Association
Outstanding Science Trade Books for Students K-12 / NSTA / CBC
While reminding children of the interconnectedness of our world, this series helps them learn basic facts about each species, including where they live, what they eat, and how they benefit plants and other animals.
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Curriculum Connections: Sidebars with illustrations, arguments, range maps, bibliography, series, cause and effect, author notes on research
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?While the topic of the book is clearly turtles, the narrative?will get young minds thinking about the interconnectedness of organisms, ecology, and the impact of human actions on the world around them. A classroom-friendly blend of story and fact.? ?Booklist
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