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by Diane Swanson,Douglas Penhale

  • ISBN: 1551101408
  • Category: Сhildren's books
  • Author: Diane Swanson,Douglas Penhale
  • Subcategory: Animals
  • Other formats: doc rtf mbr lrf
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Walrus Books (January 1, 1997)
  • Pages: 72 pages
  • FB2 size: 1157 kb
  • EPUB size: 1806 kb
  • Rating: 4.9
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There are coyotes in the crosswalk and frogs in the swimming pool. raccoons on the fire escape and garter snakes in the garage. With all its many buildings, streets and parks, the city may be home to people, but it is also home to wildlife

There are coyotes in the crosswalk and frogs in the swimming pool. With all its many buildings, streets and parks, the city may be home to people, but it is also home to wildlife. Peregrine falcons raise their young on a Calgary high rise, red squirrels scold skaters from Ottawa snow banks, and in Montreal furry families of skunks move into vacant lots next door! All sorts of unique and wily wildlife have made themselves at home in the cracks and crannies of Canadian cities. Kids don& have to go to the zoo to see animals that.

There are coyotes in the crosswalk and frogs in the swimming pool.

Coyotes in the Crosswalk: Canadian Wildlife in the City. Our Choice, Canadian Children's Book Centre. Book-of-the-Month Club Selection. A Toothy Tongue and One Long Foot (Whitecap Books, 1992, 1993 and Bob Adams, 1994, illustrated by Warren Clark and Carolyn Swanson). Welcome to the World series (Whitecap Books) Welcome to the World of Porcupines, 1999.

raccoons on the fire escape and garter snakes in the garage.

Canadian wildlife in the city. Published 1994 by Whitecap Books in Vancouver, BC. Written in English. Urban animals, Juvenile literature, Internet Archive Wishlist. North America, Canada.

Identify the long vowel spelling. The phone wires rocked the moon in their cradle of lines. 13 Meet the Illustrator of Coyotes in the Crosswalk – Douglas Penhale Douglas Penhale is an award winning cartoonist and illustrator. He has illustrated many of Diane Swanson’s books. 14 Adaptations While I read to you, listen for the adaptations that each of the 10 animals had to make for survival in the city. Complete the graphic organizer as we read.

The Emerald Sea (Whitecap Books and Alaska Northwest Books, 1993, photography by Dale Sanders).

The Doctor and You. by Diane Swanson. ISBN 9781550376722 (978-1-55037-672-2) Softcover, Annick Press, 2001. Find signed collectible books: 'The Doctor and You'. Learn More at LibraryThing.

"There are coyotes in the crosswalk and frogs in the swimming pool. With all its many buildings, streets and parks, the city may be home. Coyotes in the Crosswalk Canadian Wildlife in the City. Author : Doreen Schweizer.

By Douglas Penhale, Diane Swanson. see all Learn about all kinds of animals that live in cities. This book tells of true adventures and ways of survival for some unexpected neighbors, including peregrine falcons, raccoons, common garter snakes, and more.

There are coyotes in the crosswalk and frogs in the swimming pool...raccoons on the fire escape and garter snakes in the garage.

With all its many buildings, streets and parks, the city may be home to people, but it is also home to wildlife. Peregrine falcons raise their young on a Calgary high rise, red squirrels scold skaters from Ottawa snow banks, and in Montreal furry families of skunks move into vacant lots next door! All sorts of unique and wily wildlife have made themselves at home in the cracks and crannies of Canadian cities. Kids don't have to go to the zoo to see animals that used to roam free - they just have to recognize untamed city critters for what they are!

Diane Swanson introduces kids to ten furred, feathered, or scaly urban residents, exploring their successful adaptation to the concrete jungle: how they move about, find food, communicate with each other, and make a home for themselves and their young.

Douglas Penhale's lively illustrations provide visual detail and delight for budding naturalists in the urban ecosystem.



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