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Fun With Nature (Take-Along Guide) by Mel…
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Fun With Nature (Take-Along Guide) (original 1998; edition 1998)

by Mel Boring (Author)

Series: Take-Along Guides (Caterpillars..., Frogs..., Snakes..., Rabbits..., Tracks..., Trees...)

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Provides detailed descriptions and illustrations of more than 150 different animals and plants.
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Title:Fun With Nature (Take-Along Guide)
Authors:Mel Boring (Author)
Info:Northword Pr (1998), 288 pages
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Fun With Nature: Take-Along Guide by Mel Boring (1998)

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Provides detailed descriptions and illustrations of more than 150 different animals and plants.
  hgcslibrary | Nov 29, 2009 |
nice nature guide with large life-like illustrations and a ruler on the back cover to measure discoveries on your nature hikes
  desiree1977 | Jun 20, 2008 |
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To my father, the scientist, whose curiosity is still contagious. And to my mother, the artist, who saw beauty in every blossom and beaver.
To today's children, who care for tomorrow's trees.

"I love all trees..."

--Aldo Leopold (naturalist)
To my mother, Helen Tuthill, who first taught me love, and taught me to love all living creatures.
For today's children, who are tomorrow's herpetologists. Save room in your world for untamed creatures.
To Clint and Andy, who have had these creatures in hand at one time or another. Pass along the wonder.
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The caterpillar that crawls out of its egg is called a larva.
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