FREE shipping on qualifying offers. Spend 24 hours on a river in western North America and discover 13 animals that depend on the river for survival.
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Desert Discoveries book. You may think the desert is dry, big, and empty. Details (if other): Cancel.
You may think the desert is dry, big, and empty. Spend twenty-four hours tracking a variety of desert dwellers and you will discover that the desert is full of life and activity.
Virginia "Ginger" Wadsworth is an American writer of biographies, Western American history, science, and natural history for young readers. She is the author of more than 25 award-winning books. Virginia Leland Evarts was born in San Diego to Dorothea Abbott Evarts, an artist and teacher, and Hal G. Evarts, J. an author of many western books, stories for the Saturday Evening Post, biographies, and adventure titles for young readers.
Describes the behavior of thirteen different animals-including jackrabbits, roadrunners, tarantulas, and rattlesnakes-during a day in the desert. Books for People with Print Disabilities. Internet Archive Books. L on September 21, 2010.
By Ginger Wadsworth Illustrated by John Carrozza. Category: Children’s Picture Books. Feb 22, 2010 ISBN 9781607342182 5-8 years. Also by Ginger Wadsworth. See all books by Ginger Wadsworth. Inspired by Your Browsing History. Also in Children’s Picture Books. Where’s Waldo Now? Martin Handford.
Desert Discoveries, illustrated by John Carrozza. One Tiger Growls, illustrated by James Needham
Virginia "Ginger" Wadsworth is an American writer of biographies, Western American history, science, and natural history for young readers. YouTube Encyclopedic. Desert Discoveries, illustrated by John Carrozza. One Tiger Growls, illustrated by James Needham. One on a Web, illustrated by James Needham.
Ginger Wadsworth is a native Californian. in English from the University of California at Davis with a minor in American history.
Readers of all ages will be fascinated by the ever-changing life cycle of the arctic tundra. Learn which animals come and go and how they survive in this frozen desert. Ginger Wadsworth is a native Californian. She has taken additional courses in early childhood education, children's literature, and creative writing. She has also studied outdoor education including general ecology, ornithology, and wildflowers. Ginger taught part-time at an elementary level. She received her . Ginger has written many children's books, both fiction and non-fiction. She has a talent for presenting issues concerning the natural world to children.