Here Is the Wetland

Madeleine Dunphy (Author) Wayne McLoughlin (Illustrator)
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Product Details

Price
$9.95  $9.15
Publisher
Web of Life Children's Books
Publish Date
June 21, 2007
Pages
32
Dimensions
9.96 X 0.1 X 8.1 inches | 0.28 pounds
Language
English
Type
Paperback
EAN/UPC
9780977379583

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About the Author

Madeleine Dunphy is an educational consultant who teaches children about endangered environments. Madeleine has written several books for children, including all of the books in the Here Is the ... series. She lives in Oakland, California with her husband, Chris, and their daughter, Gwen. For more information about Madeleine, her books, and her school presentations, visit her website at www.mdunphy.com.
Wayne McLoughlin studied art at San Diego State University and has worked as a writer and illustrator for such magazines as Esquire and National Lampoon. His books for children include Fireflies, by Alice Hoffman, Here is the Wetland, by Madeleine Dunphy (both Hyperion), and Loch, by Paul Zindel. He lives with his wife and daughter in Bellows Falls, Vermont.

Reviews


Named an "Outstanding Science Trade Book for Students K-12" by the National Science Teachers Association and Children's Book Council.

"An excellent addition to books on the environment . . . paints a picture of this ecological community. McLoughlin's attractive, full-paged, colorful paintings capture wetland life."
--School Library Journal

"Here Is the Wetland by Madeleine Dunphy makes this world appealing for younger readers and listeners. . . . Children love this type of repeating book so that will make this a nifty and popular introduction to an important ecosystem. The pictures are beautiful and the frog on the cover should make this a book readers will want to pick up."
--Library Talk

"The rhythmic cumulative text of this book introduces readers to the interdependence of plants and animals in a wetland habitat. Uncluttered watercolors convey a sense of balance and harmony . . ."
--Horn Book