A Day in the Mangrove Forest

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Candace Carson, 2011 - Juvenile Fiction - 44 pages
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Toothy alligators that "smack, slap, splat" and intruders that "thumpety, bumpety, bump." Ghost orchids and "walking trees," sleepy snakes and rookeries. The place is full of slimy frogs and loons, sticky spider webs and hungry raccoons. Sigi visits the magical mangrove forest. Thank goodness someone brought a net!"A Day in the Mangrove Forest," is the fifth book in THE ADVENTURES OF SIGI series of children's picture books about a real dog living in Florida. Using rhyme and repetition, Sigi relates his adventures, which are not unlike those of many children. Color, shape and number recognition figure prominently throughout. Items are hidden in the book to encourage observational skills. Page numbers to locate the items can be found on Sigi's website, www.TheAdventuresOfSigi.com

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Candace Carson was born in America, spent many years growing up in Europe and has traveled extensively throughout Europe and Asia. She has bachelors degrees in Psychology and Fine Arts and a Masters degree in Fine Arts. She is the recipient of two National Endowments for the Arts Fellowships and a SECCA Fellowship.THE ADVENTURES OF SIGI series of children's picture books began in 2008 and the WEE LULU series began in 2010.

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