Help the Animals of North America by Robert Sabuda

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Introduces a few of the endangered animals of North America, including the Louisiana black bear, the spotted owl, and the wood bison, and discusses ways to protect wildlife.

About Robert Sabuda

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Sabuda was born in Pinckney, Michigan on March 8, 1965. He was skilled as an artist from a very young age, and he attended the Pratt Institute in New York City. His specific interest in 3-D paper engineering---pop-up books---was sparked by a book he received as a gift. Since 1994 Sabuda has published at least one pop-up book annually. These books are typically childrens' classics like The Twelve Days of Christmas, Mother Goose, The Wizard of Oz, Alice's Adventures in Wonderland, The Night Before Christmas and, most recently, Beauty and the Beast. Sabuda works from his studio in New York City. His 2010 title Beauty and The Beast made The New York Times BestSeller List for 2010.
Published April 1, 1995 by Readers Digest. 14 pages
Genres: Nature & Wildlife, Travel, Children's Books.

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Thanks to the brilliant colorations and ingenious paper engineering of Sabuda's endangered creatures, this pop-up quartet handily transcends its genre. Each small-sized volume opens with the statement

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