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The Adventures of John Muir: Little Naturalists

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Introduce your baby to the fascinating adventures of famous naturalist John Muir.

John Muir was a Scottish-born American naturalist, author who became known as "Father of the National Parks." Millions have read his letters, essays, and books of his adventures in nature, and his advocacy was essential in helping to preserve many beautiful parts of the West--especially Yosemi
Board Book, 22 pages
Published March 19th 2019 by Gibbs Smith
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Read this at bedtime a couple of nights ago. Love the brightness and contrasts.
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A board book series that introduces the youngest of readers to famous naturalists with this one focusing on John Muir and his quest to get people outside to enjoy the beauty of nature and the parks.
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I was born in Spokane, Washington, but I spent most of my childhood in Camarillo, California, which is about an hour's drive north of Los Angeles. Whenever possible as a child, I read books—books, books, and more books. The rest of the time I rode my bike with my sister, Loni, or looked after my little brother and sister. Sometimes we went to the movies at an old theater we called "The Sticky Thea ...more