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Who Pooped in the Park? Yellowstone National Park: Scat and Tracks for Kids Paperback – February 5, 2004
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Come along with Michael, Emily, and their family as they learn about the animals in the park from their scats (poop) and tracks (footprints). This delightfully illustrated children's book follows Michael--who is afraid of bears--and his family as they encounter signs of bison, moose, elk, deer, rabbits, wolves, mountain lions, badgers, and more.
The book also includes a handy reference chart with silhouettes, tracks, scats, and comments for all of the animals.
Author Gary D. Robson and illustrator Elijah Brady Clark have also produced "Who Pooped in the Park?" editions for Glacier National Park and Grand Teton National Park, and more will be coming out in 2005.
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Simple enough to get young children interested in the science of animal track IDing; Straight forward (after all, poop is poop!); gives enough, but not too many, different animals, and some are common enough that you are bound to find one of these tracks if you look carefully.
Things I don't like:
The story line is the same in each park book, so it is redundant to buy more than one book, even though there are different animals in each book. The illustrations are so-so, and the drawings of the scat don't illustrate the size very well. There should be something that shows the scat in relation to a recognizable item, i.e. a quarter or dime.
i gave it 4 stars because I think it is an inexpensive book to expose your child to animal tracking.
That they can understand AND FUNNY . They will
Know so much and will be able to stand on stage
With the RANGER and talk . Must have book .