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by Jonathan London,Paul Morin

Author: Jonathan London,Paul Morin
Subcategory: Animals
Language: English
Publisher: Candlewick (November 1, 2000)
Pages: 32 pages
Category: For children
Rating: 4.9
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Jonathan London and Paul Morin introduce one of the world's most majestic a. .Jonathan London is the author of several celebrated children's books.

Jonathan London and Paul Morin introduce one of the world's most majestic a.Here, among the swamp grass and shadows, threatened by habitat loss, live fewer than fifty Florida panthers, the last of the big cats east of the Mississippi River. With lyrical text and stunning oil paintings, Jonathan London and Paul Morin bring young readers face to face with a rare and elusive wild creature who is as fierce a predator as she is tender a mother. His commitment to honoring the wonders of the natural world has been lauded by readers and critics alike.

London, Jonathan, 1947-; Morin, Paul, 1959- il. Words and pictures describe a night in the life of a female Florida panther and her three kittens.

London, Jonathan, 1947-; Morin, Paul, 1959- ill. Publication date. no page number in the book.

Jonathan London and Paul Morin introduce one of the world's most majestic and most endangered animals. Wonderfully illustrated book of aswamp and its denizens. Great for kids learning about ecosystems. A long, thick tailtwitches in the saw grass.

An educational postscript is above the reading level of the rest of the book, but teachers and parents will find it a helpful resource. This is an admirable addition to a collection on endangered animals for primary-age children. Donate and support this channel: paypal. A long, thick tail twitches in the saw grass.

By Paul Morin, Jonathan London. Follow a magnificent creature through its day in the swamps of Florida. The Florida panther has come close to extinction due to man's effect on its environment. see all Follow a magnificent creature through its day in the swamps of Florida. Learn why the panther is such a special creature and deserves protection.

Author: Jonathan London, Paul Morin ISBN 10: 156402623X. Title: Panther: Shadow of the Swamp Item Condition: used item in a very good condition. Used-like N : The book pretty much look like a new book. Read full description. See details and exclusions. Panther by Jonathan London (Hardback, 2000). Pre-owned: lowest price.

Jonathan London and Paul Morin team up to offer a fascinating and sympathetic view of a dangerous-and .

Jonathan London and Paul Morin team up to offer a fascinating and sympathetic view of a dangerous-and endangered-species. Ages 6-8. This picture book combines basic information about the life cycle of the endangered American crocodile with a simple story that indicates why there are only 400 to 500 left in the Florida Everglades.

Panther: Shadow of the Swamp, illustrated by Paul Morin, Candlewick Press (Cambridge, MA), 2000. Jonathan London is a 's book writer whose picture books reproduce the natural world for young readers. Mustang Canyon, illustrated by Daniel Van Souci, Candlewick Press (Cambridge, MA), 2000. In books such as Gray Fox, The Eyes of Grey Wolf, Condor's Egg, Master Elk and the Mountain Lion, Crocodile: Disappearing Dragon, and many others, London tells fictionalized but unsentimental stories of animals in their natural habitats, tales of survival and the interconnection of all nature.

Jonathan London and Paul Morin introduce one of the world's most majestic and most endangered animals.A long, thick tailtwitches in the saw grass.A shadow flows.It is Panther.Deep in the Florida Everglades is a unique and fragile ecosystem of interconnected lakes, rivers, and wetlands. Here egrets preen. Alligators float with eyes like periscopes. Here, among the swamp grass and shadows, threatened by habitat loss, live fewer than fifty Florida panthers, the last of the big cats east of the Mississippi River. With lyrical text and stunning oil paintings, Jonathan London and Paul Morin bring young readers face to face with a rare and elusive wild creature who is as fierce a predator as she is tender a mother.