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Nature All Year Long

4.25  ·  Rating Details  ·  8 Ratings  ·  4 Reviews
Describes the different plants, animals, and landscapes that can be seen outdoors each month of the year.
Paperback, 56 pages
Published July 31st 2002 by Kendall/Hunt Publishing Company (first published 1991)
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Siskiyou-Suzy
I wish there was a Nature All Year Long for my region. This book is written mainly from the perspective of the northeastern United States. There is still useful information in here, but the wildlife and flora are a bit different than the ones that surround me. So I like the concept of the book, but I'm not that into the execution.

This style of nonfiction children's book is my least favorite -- fragmented and basically impossible to read to a child in any sort of engaging way. It can really only
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Jennifer
This is a wonderful children's book on nature study, written like a nature almanac (broken down by months). Under each month are signs of the seasons, facts of the month, and also little activities (all simple) that are consistent with the season. The whole book encourages the reader to spot the visual signs and changes of the seasons, and what can be found at different times of the year (flora and fauna). The area described is New England, but it's not so particular that a reader in another are ...more
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Nov 18, 2015 MJ rated it it was amazing
Alissa liked the autumn months, the Christmas months and the January & February months.
Rita
Dec 02, 2013 Rita rated it it was amazing
Recommends it for: children and adults
Recommended to Rita by: librarian
If I knew it was this enjoyable reading a nature book meant for children, I would have read it sooner. If you have a child in your life who likes animals, insects and other facts about nature, this is THE book to give them; if you're like me, you always read it first, then read it with the child. I highly recommend this book.
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