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Promack, Jennie

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ISBN 10: 0879054557 / ISBN 13: 9780879054557
Editorial: Gibbs Smith, Salt Lake City, UT, 1992
Condición: Collectible - New Encuadernación de tapa blanda
Librería: 100POCKETS (Berkeley, CA, Estados Unidos de America)

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BRAND NEW & Collectible. Signed by author Jennie Promack to both fEP and title page. Story of the North American moose, largest species in the deer family, beautifully told by Jennie Promak and beautifully illustrated and photographed by Thomas J. Sanker. A remarkable portrait since the moose is a solitary animal and do not forms herds. Through hours of patient tracking, the co-authors came to know many a specific animal; especially rewarding is the portrait of Annie, a moose calf orphaned at five weeks of age, who Promack and Sanker kept track of for more than a year. Show More Show Less. N° de ref. de la librería 011095

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Editorial: Gibbs Smith, Salt Lake City, UT

Año de publicación: 1992

Encuadernación: Soft Cover

Ilustrador: Thomas J. Sanker (Photographer & Illustrator)

Condición del libro:Collectible - New

Condición de la sobrecubierta: None as Issued

Ejemplar firmado: Author Signed

Edición: First Edition, First Pinting

Tipo de libro: First Edition, First Pinting

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Through a seasonal account of moose behavior, Jennie Promack debunks the myth that moose are dumb lunky Bullwinkles, with insights that speak of their intelligence, power, and majesty. During the writing and photographing of this book, Promack and Sanker came to know specific moose. Especially endearing is the miraculous survival story of Annie, a moose calf orphaned at five weeks of age, who Promack and Sanker kept track of for more than a year.

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Many of us have grown up with the idea that moose are ill-tempered, slow-witted, and clumsy creatures. Author Jennie Promack and wildlife photographer Thomas J. Sanker have put together a story of moose that works to debunk this old myth. Through an evocative combination of words, photographs, and drawings, they demonstrate once and for all that moose are intelligent, powerful, an majestic animals. This is an endearing story of moose, told in a personal style that will engage your attention and your emotions. You will never look at these animals the same way again.

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