Mother Earth's Lullaby: A Song for Endangered Animals

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Tilbury House Publishers
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10.2 X 9.3 X 0.5 inches | 0.95 pounds

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About the Author

TERRY PIERCE (Ridgecrest, CA) was a Montessori teacher for 22 years before writing children's books. Her 18 books include Tae Kwon Do! (Bank Street College Best Children's Books of 2007); Blackberry Banquet; Mother Goose Rhymes (a 2007 AEP Distinguished Achievement Award Winner) and My Busy Green Garden. She is an instructor in the UCLA Extension Writers' Program.
CAROL HEYER has illustrated 28 children's picture books including Humphrey's First Christmas and Once Upon a Cool Motorcycle Dude, winner of eight state awards, as well as several Hank Zipzer books written by Henry Winkler. Formerly she was a production designer and writer of feature films including Thunder Run (1986), and she illustrated game materials for Dungeons & Dragons and the collectible card game Magic: The Gathering. Her art is included in the collections of the Greisinger Middle Earth Museum in Switzerland and the Mazza Museum, the world's largest museum of original artwork by children's book illustrators and has won awards from The Society of Children's Book Writers and Illustrators, Spectrum, The International Competition for Fantastic Art, The Carnegie Art Institute, and The Society of Illustrators LA, among others.


What did you like about the book? This bedtime informational story contains beautiful life-like endangered animal illustrations. The backpages are full of facts that will make you want to help these animals. And the front cover of the red wolf howling in the moonlight feels like you are there and can hear him, "Ow-ooooling." Anything you didn't like about it? Would like to see the author and illustrator do a version that is not a lullaby. This could be an amazing read aloud for elementary school when we research endangered animals. To whom would you recommend this book? PK-2. If you like Almost Gone and Wide World you will like this. Who should buy this book? public libraries, day-cares, home library Where would you shelve it ? Picture books Should we (librarians/readers) put this on the top of our "to read" piles? yes-- "Youth Services Book Review" (10/17/2018 12:00:00 AM)