Lost In The Woods by Carl R. Sams
A Photographic Fantasy

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A beautiful springtime fantasy from the creators of the best-selling Stranger in the Woods. This New York Times bestseller is a quiet story about trust and patience. Nature lovers of all ages will appreciate the amazing photography and gentle words which weave a tale about a young fawn waiting for her mother's return. From a red-winged blackbird to a hissing goose,woodland creatures keep watch over a young fawn they believe is lost in the woods. But the book also delivers a message: most fawns found alone in the woods are not lost or abandoned. In fact, newborn fawns spend their first weeks without mom because her scent will attract predators to her young.
 

About Carl R. Sams

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Massie specializes in Michigan history
 
Published June 30, 2004 by Carl R Sams II Photography. 48 pages
Genres: Nature & Wildlife, Children's Books, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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The creators of Stranger in the Woods , a bestselling photoessay spotlighting animals in a wintry forest, set this impressive follow-up in springtime. The primary

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(The back flap copy explains that newborn fawns spend most of the first two weeks of life without their mothers, since her scent will attract predators to her young.) The animals' conversation is often endearing and lends itself to reading aloud—but it is the book's breathtaking photography that ...

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