By Lakes & Rivers

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Crabtree, 1997 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 32 pages
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Young naturalists will find all the clues they need to track wild animals in their own backyards and around the world. Divided according to habitats, in North America and around the world, each book in the Animal Trackers series features:
-- large-size, realistic artwork
-- each animal's tracks
-- interesting facts about their behavior, their home, and how they live
-- simple language to teach children how to find evidence of each animal's existence

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About the author (1997)

Tessa Paul is the author of a number of non-fiction titles, including a biography on Louis Comfort Tiffany, the American craftsman, and two titles on stained glass and decorative tiles. Working as an editor on a series of 32 books on mainly religious festivals around the world, she also authored some of the titles. Her fiction for children has been published by Scholastic, and non-fiction titles about animal life were published by Crabtree. Her poems have appeared in an anthology and in poetry magazines and, recently, she completed a commission as the writer on a project about the life of the popular author, Catherine Cookson, including articles on the historical background to her novels.