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by William Muñoz,Dorothy Hinshaw Patent

eBook Prairie Dogs (Clarion Nonfiction) epub
  • ISBN: 0395526019
  • Author: William Muñoz,Dorothy Hinshaw Patent
  • Genre: Children
  • Subcategory: Animals
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: HMH Books for Young Readers (March 29, 1999)
  • Pages: 64 pages
  • ePUB size: 1178 kb
  • FB2 size 1678 kb
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Prairie Dogs (Clarion Nonfiction). by. Dorothy Hinshaw Patent.

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Dorothy Hinshaw Patent (Author), William Muñoz (Illustrator). In one sense, this title makes the old one obsolete, but comparing the two is a delightful experience in seeing how far both children's nonfiction books and the bald eagle have come. 0395565723 (ISBN13: 9780395565728).

Discusses the habits and life cycle of prairie dogs and examines their. Prairie Dogs (Clarion Nonfiction).

Dorothy Hinshaw Patent, American Author, photographer. Avocations: gardening, racquetball, traveling F C. Recipient Eva L. Gordon award American Nature Study Society, 1986. Member American Institute Biological Sciences, Society Children's Book Writers and Illustrators, Authors Guild.

by Dorothy Hinshaw Patent. All across the prairie thousands of prairie dogs duck in and out of burrows, call warnings to one another, and forage for food. Working together to survive, they help sustain the broad spectrum of prairie life. In this clearly written, boldly illustrated introduction to a fascinating species, the author and illustrator examine the prairie dog's life cycle, burrowing system, and impact on. the prairie.

Dorothy Hinshaw Patent (born April 30, 1940) is a teacher and author of over 100 children's nonfiction books. She lives in Missoula, Montana. She has received numerous awards for her writing. In 1987, she received the Eva L. Gordon Award from the American Nature Study Society in recognition of her outstanding contribution to science literature for young readers. She received the Washington Post/Children's Book Guild 2004 Nonfiction Award. Works by Dorothy Hinshaw Patent at Library Thing.

by Dorothy Hinshaw Patent, William Muñoz. Books related to The Horse and the Plains Indians. Made for Each Other: Why Dogs and People Are Perfect Partners.

Fiction - YA. Mystery & Suspense. by Dorothy Hinshaw Patent, William Muñoz. The Call of the Osprey.

Dorothy Hinshaw Patent Wordpress Site. This book for the whole family tells of a bison calf growing up on the American Prairie Reserve, along with sidebars about bison life for older readers. Sharing the Amazing Natural World with Young Readers.

Prairie Dogs, photographs by William Munoz, Clarion (New York, NY) . Dorothy Hinshaw Patent is a highly acclaimed author of over one hundred science books for young readers.

Prairie Dogs, photographs by William Munoz, Clarion (New York, NY), 1993. Habitats: Saving Wild Places, Enslow (Hillside, NJ), 1993. Dogs: The Wolf Within, photographs by William Munoz, Carolrhoda Books (Minneapolis, MN), 1993. Looking at Penguins, photographs by Graham Robertson, Holiday House (New York, NY), 1993. A trained zoologist, Patent has written books in the biological sciences about animals from the horse to the pelican, and has examined ecological challenges in such books as Biodiversity, Back to the Wild, and The Vanishing Feast.

Find nearly any book by Dorothy Hinshaw Patent. Get the best deal by comparing prices from over 100,000 booksellers. Coauthors & Alternates. Learn More at LibraryThing. Dorothy Hinshaw Patent at LibraryThing.

Discusses the habits and life cycle of prairie dogs and examines their place in the ecology of the prairie.
Comments: (2)
Arabella V.
Prairie dogs are fascinating little animals. They are a uniquely American animal that are connected to our history and to our ecology. I've had the opportunity to work with prairie dogs for two summers and found myself fondly attached to the creatures. When I first began working with them, I wanted to learn as much about them as I could in a short time. I searched a variety of sources until I discovered this delightful and informative little book.

PRAIRIE DOGS is geared towards children, but works well as a primer about prairie dogs for adults, too. The book is easy to read and is quite informative and the wonderful photographs by William Munoz are wonderful visualizations to Patent's engaging non-fiction prose. In less than 65 pages the book examines everything from the type of animals they are to the food they eat, how they live, the myths about prairie dogs and cattle, the government sponsored killing of the animals, their intricate link to black-footed ferrets, and the integral part that prairie dogs play in preserving the dwindling prairies of the U.S. That's quite a bit of information in such a short book, but Patent presents it so well that instead of feeling bogged down by facts, readers finish the book feeling uplifted by knowledge and strongly connected to the cuddly squirrels of the prairies. Highly recommended for anyone who has any interest in prairie dogs.
Galubel
Book has a lot of info.
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