Will We Miss Them?: Endangered Species

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Charlesbridge, Sep 1, 1991 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 32 pages
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Did you know that a Galapagos tortoise can live to be 200 years old if nothing harms it? And yet, the Galapagos tortoise is an endangered species. Learning about endangered species is the first step toward saving them. Will We Miss Them? introduces children to the fascinating lives and challenges of endangered species from the unique perspective of an eleven year old author. Realistic color illustrations enhance the engaging text.

This book is good for your brain because:
Endangered Species, Nature, Environmentalism

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User Review  - t1bclasslibrary - LibraryThing

This book profiles thirteen endangered species and tells a few facts about them and why they're endangered. A world map at the end shows where everyone comes from and explains why it is important not to let them go extinct. Read full review

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Contents

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About the author (1991)

Alexandra Wright became an author at the age of 11 with WILL WE MISS THEM? ENDANGERED SPECIES, which was chosen as a Reading Rainbow Selection. Her second book, AT HOME IN THE TIDE POOL, was published when she was 13. CAN WE BE FRIENDS? NATURE'S PARTNERS, Alexandra's third book, was written when she was in high school.

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