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Neighbors: The Water Critters by George Held
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Neighbors: The Water Critters

by George Held

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0916754316, Hardcover)

Third picture book in the NEIGHBORS series. Refers to certain fish, amphibians, and mammals we find in our oceans, rivers, lakes, streams, and ponds. Includes short accessible poems and collage illustrations of such critters as the Whale, Seahorse, Snapping Turtle, Minnow, and Salamander. Underlying message is that, like us, the critters need pure water to live, feed, and breed. Easily shared by parents, caregivers, and teachers eager to explore poetry and nature with their children/students. 12" x 12", hardcover, lavishly illustrated for children 3-11 and above. With blurb by naturalist Carl Safina: "...Sink in to these poems; they go swimmingly with kids." Kirkus Reviews called the first book in the series: "Charming critters in collage and poetry for people of all ages."

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