Who Pooped in the Park?

Who Pooped in the Park? : Scat and Tracks for Kids

By (author) Gary D Robson , Illustrated by Robert Rath

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Farcountry Press announces the release of the Death Valley National Park edition of its wildly successful Who Pooped in the Park? children's book series. This charming tale of Michael, Emily, and their family as they explore Death Valley National Park is designed both to entertain and educate. Little Michael is terrified of wild animals, especially mountain lions. His sister Emily enjoys tormenting her little brother. Wildlife can be elusive, and both are disappointed when, at first, they don't encounter many animals in the park. The kids quickly learn, however, that there are animals all around, and these creatures leave behind scat and tracks. Before long, the kids are able to distinguish bobcat tracks from mountain lion tracks and bighorn sheep scat from desert cottontail scat. Wildlife facts are featured in The Straight Poop boxes. Colorful illustrations of animals and their scat and tracks supplement this lively tale, and a quick-reference chart at the back will make field identification a breeze!

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  • Paperback | 48 pages
  • 200.66 x 233.68 x 12.7mm | 113.4g
  • 09 Jan 2008
  • Farcountry Press
  • English
  • colour illustrations
  • 1560374039
  • 9781560374039

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Watch where you step! Sometimes the animals in Death Valley National Park are hard to find but you can almost always find their poop! Come along with Michael, Emily, and their family as they find poop (scat) and footprints (tracks) and discover which animal made them! An ideal tool for teaching young children about animal behavior, diet, and scat and tracks identification the perfect companion for in the car or in the field on your next trip to Death Valley National Park. Fun illustrations of the animals and their scat and tracks supplement the charming story, and a quick-reference chart at the back makes field identification a breeze!

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