Includes bibliographical references.
|LC Classifications||QL463 .W25 2006|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||2005044737|
A Walk around the Pond: Insects in and over the Water Gilbert Waldbauer A water strider darts across a pond, its feet dimpling the surface tension; a giant water bug dives below, carrying his mate’s eggs on his back; hidden among plant roots on the silty bottom, a dragonfly larva stalks unwary minnows. Readers will be inspired to take a closer look at their favorite pond or streamNancy Bent"Booklist" (04/15/) Almost a story, "A Walk Around the Pond: Insects in and over the Water" is an easy read with many interesting facts about the interaction of insects with the aquatic environment interspersed with anecdotes from the author's professional and personal experiences. Prices in GBP apply to orders placed in Great Britain only. Prices in € represent the retail prices valid in Germany (unless otherwise indicated). Prices are subject to change without notice. Prices do not include postage and handling if applicable. Free shipping for non-business customers when ordering books at De Gruyter Online. Citation Information. A Walk around the Pond. Insects in and over the Water. Harvard University Press. Pages: 1–8. ISBN (Online):
"Around the Pond" has marvelous artwork. Big, sometimes double page, drawings of animals and children, but for some reason that was not enough to entrance my kids. The concept is that Cammy and William are out on a muggy summer's day picking blueberries. As they walk around the lake they find 'telltales' of animals that have been there before them/5(10). A Walk around the Pond is a masterly treatise from the hand of an enthusiast (06/30/) Almost a story, A Walk Around the Pond: Insects in and over the Water is an easy read with many interesting facts about the interaction of insects with the aquatic environment interspersed with anecdotes from the author's professional and personal experiences. For readers wanting a bit more, the book ends with a /5(6). Pond Walk. In this friendly tale of a little bear's day at the pond, readers will discover fascinating information about plant and animal life!p>>During his nature walk with his mama, Buddy spots and sketches pond life, learning about salamanders, cattails, and dragonflies. Pond Walk, Nancy Elizabeth Wallace Grade Level: K-2 Topic: Ecosystems Description: This is a great book for younger children to begin learning about the specific things that make up different ecosystems in the environment around them/5.
Take this walk around the pond with Gilbert Waldbauer and discover the most amazingly diverse inhabitants of the freshwater world. In his hallmark companionable style, Waldbauer introduces us to the aquatic insects that have colonized ponds, lakes, streams, and rivers, especially those in North America. Story by Elsie Stecker Signed by Jeni Jackerson Animated by Austin Balaich (vectors by ) **Special thanks to Rocky Mountain Deaf School for providing the equipment and studio. Over and Under the Pond: Nature Walk & Book Series. There are so many fun things to explore in and around a pond! This wonderful book explores all that lives over and under and around a gorgeous little pond. You will be able to dive into a few scientific terms, study animals, explore animal habitats, and so much more with this book and the. Around the Pond: Who's Been Here? William and Cammy went for a walk with their dog, Sam, around a pond. They were looking for blueberries. They followed an old deer path around the pond. What kinds of animals live around a pond? William and Cammy looked for clues to find out. They saw a footprint near some soft moss. "Who's been here?" they Size: KB.