What in the Wild? Mysteries of Nature Concealed... And Revealed

ISBN-10: 1582463107

ISBN-13: 9781582463100

Edition: 2010

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Description: From the creative team that brought usWhere in the Wild? and Where ELSE in the Wild? come 10 new mysteries of the natural world for readers to solve. Kid-pleasing riddles paired with mystifying images give clues to guess: What creature made that pile of twigs, mass of leaves, frothy spittle, and so on...And why? As with the other books, answers are found by opening a generous gatefold and revealing full-color photographs.

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Book details

List price: $18.99
Copyright year: 2010
Publisher: Random House Children's Books
Publication date: 8/24/2010
Binding: Hardcover
Pages: 44
Size: 10.75" wide x 9.00" long x 0.25" tall
Weight: 1.034
Language: English

DAVID SCHWARTZ has written more than 50 children's books, includingWhat in the Wild?,Where Else in the Wild?,How Much Is a Million?,G Is for Googol, andQ Is for Quark. He gives author presentations at schools and conferences all over the world, channeling the energy and humor found in his books to make math and science come alive for kids and educators. YAEL SCHY has written poems and songs since childhood. She is a dancer and improvisational theater actor. DWIGHT KUHN's beautifully composed nature photographs have been featured in 125 children's books. His work has been recognized by the Children's Book Council, Scientific American, and the John Burroughs Association. He lives with his wife and two dogs in Dexter, Maine. From the Hardcover edition.

Dwight Kuhn has a degree in biology and taught school for eighteen years. His interest in photography and nature led him to be the sole photographer for 167 printed nature books for children. His work has appeared in more than 60 photo essays featured in major magazines such as: Audubon, Natural History, GEO, Smithsonian, National Geographic, National Wildlife, and Ranger Rick. His books have won several awards including SB&F Prize for Excellence in Science Literature, Animal Behavior Society's Outstanding Children's Book Award, John Burrough's Book Award, New York Times Review, Editor's Choice, Parent's Choice Gold Award and Outstanding Science Trade Books for Children. Dwight is sharing his photographs and design skills to make eBooks for children.

Sample poem:
Lumpy Mounds
These lumpy mounds upon the ground, you may not recognize.
They're left behind once we have dined-that's how we fertilize!
We're long and lithe, we wriggle and writhe; of dead things we dispose.
We daily toil to plow the soil, and help stuff decompose!
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What are they?
They're earthworm castings .
Sample "naturalist note" to support photos after creature is revealed: Long and thin, squirmy and moist, lowly earthworms do mighty work. By spending their days 'worming' through the earth, wiggling and wriggling right and left, they work the soil much like a plow. That alone is a big job, but earthworms do even more. They are "decomposers"-creatures that consume dead plants and animals. The health of our planet depends on the work of decomposers.
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