Spanish language edition. Join in on an exciting tour of a wildlife refuge. We will see frolicking foxes, slithering snakes, leaping dolphins and many other creatures as they hunt for food, build homes and defend their territories. Lorraine Ward's very informative text provides interesting facts about wildlife and the purpose of conservation areas.
Reserva Natural: Una aventura escolar explains the difference between a zoo and a wildlife refuge, and the importance of protecting not only the endangered species but all the species in a food chain. The very detailed illustrations are so real, readers can almost hear the chirping birds and munching raccoons.
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This Spanish translation of A Walk in the Wild "gives kids ages 3-8 a solid and realistic look at how a refuge operates. The striking animal illustrations are particularly well done and inviting."--Children's Bookwatch.About the Author:
Lorraine Ward has a degree in Environmental Studies from the University of Hawaii. She teaches marine biology and conservation to young children at Sea Life Park, and writes children's books. Lorraine lives in Hawaii. Illustrator Laura Jacques attended the Paier School of Art in Hamden, Connecticut. She began her career doing fashion and product illustrations. Laura has illustrated several books including At Home in the Rain Forest and Going to a Horse Farm. Laura lives in Woodstock, Connecticut.
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