Face to Face with Polar Bears by Norbert Rosing
(Face to Face with Animals)

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The ferocious, snarling beast closing in on you fast has a toothache. In the white wastelands of the Arctic, there is nowhere to hide. Where is that helicopter?

Despite surviving this nightmare, award-winning photographer Norbert Rosing loves the charming, playful side of the polar bear. Yes, they slashed his tires, but mankind is now ruining their climate and environment. Surely the bears' anger is understandable. Rosing's book connects children with the consequences of global warming, and gives practical advice on how to help save our white-furred friends.

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Norbert Rosing's work has been featured National Geographic eight times and was also chosen as the cover image for the National Geographic's 100 BEST WILDLIFE PICTURES issue and is in the 100 BEST PICTURES COLLECTOR'S EDITION. Elizabeth Carney is a former children's book editor who now writes books and articles for educational children's magazines. She lives in Brooklyn, NY.
Published September 11, 2007 by National Geographic Children's Books. 32 pages
Genres: Nature & Wildlife, Action & Adventure, Children's Books.

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In this attractive addition to a new series featuring animals in the wild, a veteran photographer describes the polar bears he studies, including information about habits, physical characteristics, child-rearing practices and their endangered environment.

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