River Wild An Activity Guide to North American Rivers by Nancy F. Castaldo
  

Synopsis

River Wild An Activity Guide to North American Rivers by Nancy F. Castaldo

This work is aimed at ages 9 to 12 years. Children will delight in learning about the formation of rivers, the water cycle, and the variety of habitats that exist along the length of a river in this introduction to the precious natural resource of rivers. All major rivers that run through the United States, Canada, and Mexico are discussed in regional chapters, including the Chattahoochee, Colorado, Columbia, Hudson, Mississippi, Missouri, Ohio, Rio Grande, and St. Lawrence Rivers as well as many others. Kids will discover how rivers have shaped our history and learn of the issues that are currently facing these important waterways. More than 30 fun-filled activities including Build Your Own Dam, Huckleberry Finn Log Raft, Salmon Trap Game, and Settling Sediment are provided. Sidebars on river keepers around the country, and a complete resource section listing books, videos, and websites complete this activity guide.

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Engaging.



About the Author

Nancy F. Castaldo is a former enviromental educator and the author of many notable nature books for children, including Deserts, Oceans, Rainforests, Rainy Day Play, Sunny Days and Starry Nights, and Winter Day Play.

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Book Info

Format

Paperback
148 pages
Interest Age: 9-12

Author

Nancy F. Castaldo
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Publisher

Publication date

1st March 2006

ISBN

9781556525858


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