Item description for Antelope, Bison, Cougar: A National Park Wildlife Alphabet Book by Steven P. Medley, Daniel San Souci, Ann E. Watkins, James A. Hough, Andrew D. Ness, Gabriele Forst & Sylvia Yount...
Antelope, Bison, Cougar: A National Park Wildlife Alphabet Book by Daniel San Souci Steven P. Medley
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Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 0.25" Width: 10.75" Height: 9.25" Weight: 1.25 lbs.
Release Date Jul 1, 2001
Publisher Yosemite Association
ISBN 1930238037 ISBN13 9781930238039
Availability 0 units.
More About Steven P. Medley, Daniel San Souci, Ann E. Watkins, James A. Hough, Andrew D. Ness, Gabriele Forst & Sylvia Yount
Steven P. Medley (1949-2006) was the long-time president of the Yosemite Association.
Steven P. Medley currently resides in Oakhurst, in the state of California. Steven P. Medley was born in 1949.
Reviews - What do customers think about Antelope, Bison, Cougar: A National Park Wildlife Alphabet Book?
great resource for wildlife information Jun 19, 2003
I am a Kindergarten teacher and collect many alphabet books. I am always on the look out for books that not only teach letters but other curriculum content as well. This book has an abundance of scientific information about various animals that are native to North America. It also has a map of the parks which helps children learn about the difference in climate with in our country. The text is laid out so that a portion of the information can be easily shared with younger kids or more detailed information can be shared with older kids. This book is a great resource.
Great book for all ages Jan 17, 2003
This is a wonderful book with beautiful illustrations. My son, age 10, especially liked learning about the National Parks, while my daughter, age 7, wants to use the paintings as models for her own drawings. The text, which is attractively designed for more than one reading level, is nicely balanced with information about both the featured animals and the parks where they can be found. While it provides a satisfying read, the book also raises interest in learning more. I now want to visit the National Parks I haven't yet been to. There is a map showing the locations of the featured parks at the back as well as contact information for the parks and other organizations.