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A Desert Year by Carol Lerner
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A Desert Year

by Carol Lerner

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A handsome introduction to desert animals and plants. On a typical two-page spread depicting summer birds, four species are shown with a page of descriptive text and a full-color drawing. ... Since illustrations are not captioned, the viewer is lured into some minor detective work in order to distinguish the ash-throated flycatcher from the black-throated sparrow. Other illustrations combine above- and below-ground views with inserts showing enlargements. ... (Nonfiction. 10-12)
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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0688093825, Hardcover)

This exquisite nature study, with its lucid prose and true-to-life paintings, explores how plants and animals commonly found in the Southwestern U.S. adapt to the rigors of their environment through the seasons.

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A study of the animals and plants found in the desert of America's southwest.

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