Earth And You: A Closer View: Nature's Features (Sharing Nature With Children Book)

Earth And You A Closer View Nature s Features Sharing Nature With Children Book This is the first of three books celebrating the human relationship with nature s features nature s creatures and nature s past and future Connections are at the heart of this book The power of the

  • Title: Earth And You: A Closer View: Nature's Features (Sharing Nature With Children Book)
  • Author: Christopher Canyon
  • ISBN: 9781584690160
  • Page: 318
  • Format: Hardcover
  • This is the first of three books celebrating the human relationship with nature s features, nature s creatures, and nature s past and future Connections are at the heart of this book The power of the verse and vivid imagery of the illustrations produce a sense of immediacy and connection with the seas, mountains, forests, grasslands, deserts all of Earth s major geograpThis is the first of three books celebrating the human relationship with nature s features, nature s creatures, and nature s past and future Connections are at the heart of this book The power of the verse and vivid imagery of the illustrations produce a sense of immediacy and connection with the seas, mountains, forests, grasslands, deserts all of Earth s major geographic features, as well as towns and schools First published in Japanese, this Earth series is intended not only to teach, but to testify to the wonders of a connected world.

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    1. • This selection of thematically written poems captures several different biomes in nature such as ocean, desert, rainforest, grassland, etc. The poems vary in length and in style but share a common goal: to make the reader feel as if they are in the biome that is being described. In a poem about the desert, for example, evocative language makes me feel the heat from the glaring sun and dries out my throat as I swallow. I envision myself stranded in the desert with the scorpions, sand whipping [...]

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