7 edition of My little book of river otters found in the catalog.
A pair of river otters care for their young and watch them grow and learn.
|Statement||by Hope Irvin Marston ; illustrated by Maria Magdalena Brown.|
|Contributions||Brown, Maria Magdalena, ill.|
|LC Classifications||PZ10.3.M3545 Mt 1997|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||1 v. (unpaged) :|
|LC Control Number||97005958|
A Strange Otter. ONE day two friends went to hunt otters on the banks of the Pennant, in Merionethshire. When they were yet some distance from the river they saw some small creature of a red colour, running fast across the meadows in the direction of the stream.
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We actually purchased this book from our local aquarium. They have three real river otters and my son loves them. This is a great book for younger children to learn a little about otters and their personalities.
My son loves the pictures and it tells a cute story about the cycle of seasons that otters experience.5/5(3). My Little Book Of River Otters book. Read 2 reviews from the world's largest community for readers.
This book is a delightful story about a new family of /5. My Little Book of River Otters (My Little Book Of) by Hope Irvin Marston, Maria Magdalena Brown (Illustrator) Paperback $ Ship This Item — Qualifies for Free Shipping Buy Online, Pick up in Store is currently unavailable, but this item may be available for in-store purchase.
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[Hope Irvin Marston; Maria Magdalena Brown] -- From the first sleepy moments of the baby otters' life to their playful adventures learning how to swim, slide, and survive in the exciting world around them.
My Little Book of Timber Wolves, My Little Book Of River Otters (My Little Book Series), My Little Book of Painted Turtles, My Little Book Of Wood Ducks. Get this from a library. My little book of river otters. [Hope Irvin Marston; Maria Magdalena Brown] -- A pair of river otters care for their young and watch them grow and learn.
These well-observed characteristics of otters and their disappearances will be recognisable to anyone who has attempted to watch otters in Author: Miriam Darlington.
To help the cause, join a volunteer river clean-up crew, help monitor water quality, or learn more about your local river system. Whether you like to fish, swim, boat, or just laze on the bank, June is the perfect month to get out on a river. You might even see some otters—the subject.
A reading of My Little Book of River Otters by Hope Irvin Marston. In this endearing picture book, a baby river otter learns to swim, dive, and play in her natural habitat. From children’s author Artie Knapp and wildlife artist Guy Hobbs, Little Otter Learns to Swim is an entertaining and colorful tale for ages four and up.
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River Otters introduces students to some amazingly athletic creatures. The text describes the physical appearance and habits of river otters. Detailed photographs enhance the information provided by the text.
The book can also be used to teach students how to identify the main idea and details as well as how to locate the simple subject. My Little Book of River Otters. Virginia Butterflies & Pollinators. Congress at Your Fingertips th Congress 2nd Session Pirates of the Chesapeake Bay.
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And I also need a lot of new toys and art supplies at the moment. See the Sea Otter See the Sea Otter See the Sea Otter See the Sea Otter See the Sea Otter See the Sea Otter See the Sea Otter. Descriptive (nonfiction), words, Lexile L Level 1 Grades K Sea otters are amazing little creatures that spend much of their lives floating in the water.
This is a scholarly, well-researched book covering an important gap in current otter literature - the socio-economic history of otters i.e.
Otters and Man. Full of surpises, it surveys otters in history, otter hunting, otters in literature and the media, and many other areas where there is little generally available information. River otters breed in late winter or early spring.
Adults generally give birth to between one and three pups, which are blind and helpless when born. They first learn to swim after about two months. River otters generally live alone or in small social groups.
They can live eight to nine years in the wild but have lived up to 21 years in captivity. Feb 6, - Explore evelynsaenz's board "Otters", followed by people on Pinterest. See more ideas about Otters, Sea otter and River otter pins.
A pleasant introduction to North American river otters and their larger cousins, the sea otters, with colored drawings on every page and an easy-to-read text.— Kirkus Review This little book of only 32 pages provides young readers with an informative introduction to the lives of two of north America's most endearing animals, river otters and Pages: I always saw him as a victim too.
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A sea otter pup grows up. Jonathan London, whose Otters Love to Play, illustrated by Meilo So (), introduced North American river otters to young readers, turns his attention to sea otters of the North Pacific gentle story tells how a pup born off the California coast is nurtured by its mother for 8 months until he is able to eat on his own and can join a raft of other young.
In this endearing and beautifully illustrated picture book, a baby river otter learns to swim, dive, and play in her natural habitat. Encouraged by her mother, the little otter soon sets out to explore on her own, quickly learning to escape shoreline predators and to find her way back to the security of children’s author Artie Knapp and wildlife artist Guy Hobbs, Little Otter.
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River otters can be seen throughout the day and night. They are usually 4-feet long with dark brown or gray fur, which often causes people to mistake them for the smaller ancestor, the mink.
re: River otters in our neighborhood pond Posted by atchafalaya on 9/14/15 at am to gsvar They travel a long way up any little creek or slew they can find. If they smell something interesting they will bail out and go across some land to check out prospects.
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Create text sets for elementary classrooms, homeschooling, and summer reading (to help prevent the summer slide). my little corner of the world. I am an artist, writer, naturalist and educator, lucky enough to mix it all up to make my living. Please join me as I wander through the forests, fields and salt marshes, around the ponds and along the beaches of beautiful Cape Cod.
I teach drawing and painting all over the Cape and lead nature walks as well. The Origin of the "River Otter" J. SCOTT SHANNON. Did you know that there were no "river otters" until a hundred years ago. It's true. If you were to travel back in time to the 19th century or before and inquire about "river otters," not a single person would have heard of such an animal.
Otters have long been a favorite animal of many people. They live throughout the world, and populate the world of fiction as well. A popular British series, Redwall, uses them a lot as good guys. Another place that the otter shows up, is in the book Wind in the Willows, which is a beloved story about a toad, an otter, and other creatures.
The River Otter of Wisconsin is the largest member of the weasel family. The River Otter is found mostly in the northern half of the state near rivers, streams, ponds and lakes.
The River Otter is a sleek dark brown creature that has a muscular body with a long tapering tail. Four river otters at the Aquarium of the Bay in San Francisco were treated to a snow day Thursday.
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Coleridge () determine that the "To the River Otter" is from However, J. Mays () argues that there is no certainty for the earlier dating as the poem does not appear in Coleridge's collection of poems and was not described as "juvenilia" in his later collections.
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That’s especially true if the book was written to benefit an important non-profit organization. Such is the case with “Nature Notes from Maine; River Otters, Moose, Skunks & More” by. Learn from creatures like turtles, eels, dragonflies, ducks, and many others who live in and by a river, about why rivers are important and why we must care for them.
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Life for huge river otters stuck in an aquarium must be a little dull to say the least. But this little girl seems to have brightened up their day - with her : Gareth Dorrian. Children read about Sea Otters and then make sea otter puppets and pretend play with Sea Otter Food.
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