Without Words by Joanne Ryder

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In a perfect partnership of poetry and color images, author and photographer have created a moving portrait of humans and animals together, such as an elephant and a human embrace, arm and trunk entwining. With its compelling words and unforgettable pictures, it reinforces our precious sense of connection to all the living creatures with whom we share our planet.
 

About Joanne Ryder

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Joanne Ryder has written more than fifty books for children in which she blends poerty and science as she explores the natural world. She is a recipient of many awards, including the American Nature Study Society's Eva Gordon Award for Children's Science Literature. She lives in Pacific Grove, California, with her husband, author Laurence Yep. No Information Available.
 
Published April 1, 1995 by Sierra Club Books For Children. 32 pages
Genres: Education & Reference, Nature & Wildlife, Children's Books, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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