What do you leave behind when you walk through the woods? Hopefully only tracks of your footprints. In this book, Jim Arnosky guides readers to learn the language of animal tracks.
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Have you ever rescued a pet? In this charming story, Buddy, a rescued dog, tells us about his life after being adopted and his painful experiences before.
In today’s world, it’s often easy to be so busy rushing about that we forget to pause and appreciate all the living things around us. Spiders and bugs can seem like pests. Bears and raccoons can seem like nothing more than a nuisance.
If you visit Yellowstone National Park, you will hear the story of the wolves who disappeared from the park because of people’s fear of them. Once the wolves were gone, the park soon realized what an important role in the ecosystem wolves play.
In “Hey, Little Ant,” a boy comes across an ant and is faced with the choice of squishing the ant or not. This rhyming book explores the very different perpectives of a boy and the ant he is about to squish. They debate the merits of each creature's life through humor and empathy.
A young seal pup becomes separated from his mother in heavy surf and ends up on a beach in Maine. Orphaned, cold, and scared, the seal is rescued by the scientists at the New England Aquarium.
In this story, Kate and her thoroughly modern parents yearn for a dog after the loss of a beloved cat.
This book tells the true story of Norman, a disabled dog that is slowly going blind. Though Norman can no longer see, his loving family still values him. The other family dog, Lucy, helps Norman get around and stay safe. Norman loves to run with Lucy and his family on the beach.
In "Before You Were Mine", a boy wonders and questions what his dog’s life was like before he found his new forever home. Was the dog well taken care of, do his old owners miss him, did he get lost or was he given up?