Fun with nature

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NorthWord Press, 1998 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 288 pages
6 Reviews
Provides detailed descriptions and illustrations of more than 150 different animals and plants.

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Review: Fun With Nature: Take Along Guide (Take Along Guides)

User Review  - Corinne - Goodreads

At first I was overwhelmed with huge amount of information, but I soon could envision a younger me pulling it off the bookshelf to browse through or use to identify a snake that came through our yard. A great reference for young naturalists! Read full review

Review: Fun With Nature: Take Along Guide (Take Along Guides)

User Review  - Elisabeth Hurley - Goodreads

I've skimmed through this book that we got our oldest for his 4th birthday, but he hasn't really looked at it yet. It looks great. Lots of info about various species of wildlife, where to find them ... Read full review

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About the author (1998)

Leslie Dendy's book Tracks, Scats, and Signs (1995) is a guide for young naturalists who want to learn more about wild animals by understanding the signs they leave behind. It includes information on 17 different species in several habitats, with instructions on the plaster casting of animal tracks and "Scrapbook" pages to record information on animal signs and droppings. Dendy teaches biology at the Los Alamos campus of the University of New Mexico.