Who Lives in the Snow? by Jennifer Berry Jones
  

Who Lives in the Snow?

Written by Jennifer Berry Jones
Illustrated by Consie Powell

Synopsis

Who Lives in the Snow? by Jennifer Berry Jones

On the surface, the snow looks quiet and serene. But beneath its white expanse, unsociable shrews go hunting, voles tunnel to the surface, and chipmunks awaken to nibble on seeds. Through scientifically accurate text and lifelike illustrations, this book introduces young readers to the unseen life in the world of winter. Ages 4-8

Reviews

The fluidly written text incorporates fascinating facts into concise, highly readable paragraphs, and italicized terms are defined both in context and in the glossary. Realistically detailed art completes this nicely done package, which will be a great addition to the science shelves. Booklist

About the Author

Jennifer Berry Jones spent her childhood in Japan, South Carolina, and Texas. She lives in Bismarck North Dakota. Consie Powell illustrates books on zoological and botanical subjects, has taught natural science illustration, and contributes to North Carolina Wild Notebook. She lives in Raleigh, North Carolina.

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Book Info

Format

Paperback
32 pages

Author

Jennifer Berry Jones
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Publisher

Roberts Rinehart Publishers

Publication date

16th August 2012

ISBN

9781570984440


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