El guardián del pantano

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Turtle Books, Dec 1, 1998 - Juvenile Fiction - 40 pages
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A boy and his ailing grandfather pole a small boat out into the Louisiana bayou. Suddenly, they spot Boots, a female alligator the grandfather saved from poachers years ago. How will the boy face the danger in learning to take care of this wild creature? Strikingly illustrated with artwork that combines oil painting and computer imaging, El guardian del pantano is a scary and satisfying tale that carries a strong environmental message.

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About the author (1998)

Garrett attended the University of Utah where she earned bachelor of science degrees in sociology and social work. Ann currently works as a crisis counselor and also runs a literacy program, bibliotherapy program, and a values program.

Chandler has worked as an illustrator since 1984. She went to art school at the Stevenson Academy of Traditional Painting in Sea Cliff, Long Island, NY, for four years.

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