Templeton Turtle Goes Exploring

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BookPros, LLC, Jul 1, 2008 - Juvenile Fiction - 32 pages
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When Templeton Turtle hatches from his egg, he can't wait to start exploring on his own and making new friends. But as he explores the big pond, Templeton realizes that not all the animals are friendly, and some can be scary! Then, when Mr. Blue rescues him from being trampled and returns him safely to his mother, Templeton learns that the animals around the pond take care of one another, no matter what their differences are. Join Templeton Turtle in this heartwarming story as he embarks on his first adventure, makes new friends, and shows children the importance of community in this beautifully illustrated book.
  

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User Review  - Raz Godelnik - Goodreads

a great story about a young curious turtle that introduces children to nature, exploration and community, written by Ron Pridmore and beautifully illustrated by Michele-lee Phelan. You're welcome to read my full review on Eco-Libris blog: http://ecolibris.blogspot.com/2008/07... Read full review

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About the author (2008)

While growing up in the country, Ron Pridmore always dreamed of writing a book about animals. He hopes his first book about brave Templeton will foster a fondness for animals among young audiences. Ron lives in Fairfield, California, with his wife, Maria, and son, Diego.Michele-lee Phelan wanted to be a professional artist since she was a girl. She is inspired by nature, including a few furry and feathered companions of her own. Michele-lee has painted the covers of several fantasy novels and is working toward completing her first art book. She and her family live at the base of the Blue Mountains in Australia.

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