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Who Pooped in the Northwoods?

Who Pooped in the Northwoods?

Gary D. Robson, author

Robert Rath, illustrator

Farcountry Press

PO Box 5630, Helena, MT 59604

9781560374343, $9.95 1-800-821-3874

Part of the "Who Pooped in the Park?" series ideal for young readers ages 6 to 8, Who Pooped in the Northwoods? Scat and Tracks for Kids is an educational picturebook following the adventures of two children, Michael and Emily, who learn how to read the evidence of wild creatures in the northwoods of Minnesota and Wisconsin. From telling the difference between bobcat tracks and wolf tracks, to recognizing owl pellets, to learning how to recognize what animal a given scat came from, Who Pooped in the Northwoods? is as lively, forthright, and downright fascinating as the rest of the popular series. Especially recommended for young people about to go on a camping trip in the northwoods!

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Title Annotation:Who Pooped in the Northwoods? Scat and Tracks for Kids
Publication:Children's Bookwatch
Article Type:Brief article
Date:Jul 1, 2008
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