Synopses & Reviews
Here is another model nature journal from a young naturalist who has been journaling habitats since she was a youngster. In the desert she sees Gila monsters, watches scorpions with a black light and harvests saguaro flowers with a Native American family that helps her see this unique, dry environment with appreciative eyes.
When Megan moves to the Sonoran Desert, she begins keeping a journal of everything she learns about her new home.
In this model nature journal, the author writes about seeing Gila monsters, watching scorpions with a black light, and harvesting saguaro flowers with a Native American family. The collage-style artwork combines illustrations with clippings of articles about desert animals and plants.