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A Walk in the Rainforest Paperback – February 1, 1992
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Copyright 1992 Reed Business Information, Inc.
A Walk in the Rainforest is an alphabet book written and stunningly illustrated by a 15 year old Kristin Joy Pratt. . . " -- Parent's Magazine
Alliterative phrases combined with interesting information accompany each illustration. This book was a big hit with children of all ages. -- The Reading Teacher
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This is not a child's picture book, but it is more like for 4th through 7th grade. If the teacher or parent shows them how this book was created, they might encourage or inspire the students, either an entire classroom, or individual students who have some artistic talent, to create their own book. It is a nice work for the classroom, grades 4 through 7. It could be used to inspire middle school students or older grade school students.
The book does teach interesting facts and details about the rainforest, in that respect it also has value in the classroom or home children's library.
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Great way to present some of the flora and fauna of the rainforest to young kids. But the book is an "illustrated alphabet book" and I found some of the animals... Read morePublished on January 21, 2013 by KMS
Remarkable book beautifully done, for both children and adults. I'm going to purchase several more. What a find!Published on July 12, 2008 by Vimala Rodgers