Nature's Yucky: Gross Stuff that Helps Nature Work

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Mountain Press Pub., 2003 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 48 pages
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Did you know that honey is really bee barf? That grizzly bears sometimes eat rotting meat? Or that turkey vultures poop on their own feet? "Nature's Yucky uses kids' natural fascination with the stinky, the gross, and the icky to help them learn more about wild animals and why critters behave as they do.

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NATURES YUCKY is a wonderful book!

User Review  - flightnurseskye -

I learned alot from this book and took it to work I am an Emergency Room RN and everyone read it. It would make a killer gift I bought two but is an excellent addition to your home library. I never knew Nature was even yuckier than a Saturday night in the ER! Buy at LEAST two... Read full review


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About the author (2003)

Landstrom directs the Eastman Nature

Center for the Three Rivers Parks District in Osseo, Minnesota. She has a master's degree in biology and leads eco-trips to Costa Rica.

Shragg is the naturalist/manager of the

Wood Lake Nature Center in Richfield,

Minnesota. She has a master's degree in

outdoor education and recreation and holds a doctorate in education.

Constance R. Bergum has illustrated many children's books. She holds an MFA in illustration from Marywood University.

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