Making Tracks by Stephen Savage

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Colorful collages of cut paper and pages with slides reveal various animals in their natural habitats, from a jaguar in a green forest, to a pheasant on a snowy hill, to a rattlesnake slithering through the grass.

About Stephen Savage

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Stephen Savage is a biologist, author and lecturer. He is currently the education coordinator for the River Ocean Foundation, developing educational materials and working with children, adults, and training teachers. He is also involved in a local study of sea mammals and assists in a marine mammal rescue program.
Published January 6, 1992 by Dutton Juvenile. 10 pages
Genres: Nature & Wildlife, Children's Books, Literature & Fiction, Science & Math. Non-fiction

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Nine animals from five habitats are introduced to youngsters through the use of concealed slides that reveal both the creatures and their tracks.

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