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1,2,3 Moose: A Pacific Northwest Counting Book
Synopses & Reviews
Eminent photographer Art Wolfe's images of moose, cougars, mallards, and sea lions are a wonderful visual aid for children learning to count. Wolfe draws inspiration from his home region, the Pacific Northwest and Alaska, but the crisp photographs of bald eagles, sea otters, scallop shells, and trumpeter swans have a universal appeal. While the images engage young readers, Andrea Helman's short, accessible text introduces the animals with fun facts, so children learn without even realizing it.
Introduces the numbers one through twenty against a background of photographs and brief text describing animal and plant life found in the Pacific Northwest.
About the Author
Art Wolfe's books include The Living Wild, Light on the Land, California, and others. Andrea Helman is an award-winning television writer and producer. Both live in Seattle.
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