Item description for Deer, Moose, Elk and Caribou (Kids Can Press Wildlife Series) by Deborah Hodge...
Did you know that, less than a week after it is born, a baby deer can run faster than a human? Or that, in a day, a moose eats as many as 90 big salad bowls of greens? Simple straightforward text and realistic detailed illustrations explain where and how deer live, how they give birth, what they eat, anatomy and much more. Part of Kids Can Press Wildlife Series, this book meets the research needs of young children and satisfies their curiosity about these magnificent North American creatures.
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Studio: Kids Can Press
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 10.27" Width: 8.29" Height: 0.35" Weight: 0.74 lbs.
Release Date Apr 1, 1998
Publisher Kids Can Press, Ltd.
ISBN 1550744356 ISBN13 9781550744354
Availability 0 units.
More About Deborah Hodge
Deborah Hodge is the author of more than25 books for children. She specializes in writing engaging non-fiction for young readers and loves the challenge of using few words to explain big thoughts. Many of Deborah s books have received awards and have been published internationally. Her honors include the Information Book Award of Canada and the Green Prize for Sustainable Literature, and she was a finalist for the National Jewish Book Award for Children s and Young Adult Literature. Her work has also appeared on ALA s Top Ten Best Environmental Books for Youth.She lives in Vancouver. Karen Reczuch has illustrated many award-winning children s books. Loon by Susan Vande Griek won the TD Norma Fleck Award for Canadian Children s Non-fiction, the Ruth and Sylvia Schwartz Children s Picture Book Award and the Vancouver Children s Literature Roundtable Information Book Award. It was also named a USBBY Outstanding International Book. Karen s other publications include The Auction by Jan Andrews, a Governor General s Award finalist; Just Like New by Ainslie Manson, winner of the Amelia Frances Howard-Gibbon Award; and Salmon Creek, winner of the BC Book Prize. Karen s work includes scientific, historical and archeological illustration, and it has been exhibited internationally. She lives in Acton, ON, Canada."
Deborah Hodge currently resides in Burnaby, British Columbia.
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