Canadian Wildlife Activity Book

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Heritage House Publishing Co, 1998 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 80 pages
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The creative activities in this book are educational for children and adults alike and are ideal for use in learning and recreational environments. Tom Hunter's drawings introduce a broad range of species and give special emphasis to language arts and creative and observation skills.

More than 150 illustrations, ranging from bobcats to buffalo to butterflies, help children identify and appreciate their wildlife heritage.

The Society, Environment & Energy Development Studies Foundation described this series as "perfect for activity-centre work . . .the skilled teacher will think of numerous other projects that can stem from the excellent drawings . . .will help to familiarize students with the physical features and other characteristics of dozens of species."</p>

The Canadian Library Association says: "This splendid activity book . . .the animals look as if they could step off the page . . .invaluable on a family camping holiday."


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About the author (1998)

Tom Hunter is a respected wildlife artist and combines his love of nature with his artistic training to illustrate the natural history, birds, animals and fish of Western Canada. His first panels appeared in "Wildlife Review" and for many years his illustrations were featured in "BC Outdoors" magazine. Tom and his family live in BC's Fraser Valley.

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