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Pond Walk by Nancy Elizabeth Wallace

Pond Walk (edition 2015)

by Nancy Elizabeth Wallace (Author)

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One summer day, Buddy and his mother take a walk around a pond and observe the animals and insects that live there.
Title:Pond Walk
Authors:Nancy Elizabeth Wallace (Author)
Info:Two Lions (2015), Edition: Reprint, 42 pages
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Pond Walk by Nancy Elizabeth Wallace


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Buddy and his mother (both anthromorphic bears) go to a pond to look for a turtle (not an anthromorphic one). While there, they study other animals and plants in the pond. The child draws pictures of what they see while the parents reads aloud desceiptions from a field guide. Eventually, the child catches a glimpse of the turtle.

The illustrations made of paper, photographs, and colored pencils looked strange to me, but it worked.

After the story are clear instructions for making a rock turtle like what Buddy might make at home. ( )
  aspirit | Aug 13, 2020 |
Genre: Fiction

Review: "Pond Walk" by Nancy Wallace is a great science book for students in grades k-2. The book introduces to students some of the organisms and plants that can be found in a pond. This book would be useful when introducing students to different types of organisms (such as reptiles) and their characteristics. ( )
  DaliaL. | Sep 4, 2017 |
The story tells about a bear and his mother taking a nature walk by the pond. Buddy bear draws pictures of the different animals he sees by the pond. The illustrations are collage and use felt, paper and cut outs to tell the story and bring the reader to the pond.
  Delma_Matta | Jul 12, 2011 |
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