To Look Closely

Author: Laurie Rubin
Publisher: Stenhouse Publishers
ISBN: 1571109927
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You will also discover all the ways this purposeful work nurtures "green" citizens who grow up determined to value and protect the natural environment.

Literature And The Land

Author: Emma Wood Rous
Publisher: Boynton/Cook
ISBN: 9780867095685
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With "Literature and the Land," Rous not only inspires you the help students to become environmentally literate, she provides the tools you need to make it happen.


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Is the book suited to the natural environments available to the students? ...
orientation which might frustrate a reader in the Far West, who couldn't share
firsthand experiences observing black ducks. Conversely ... These features are
essential to the young reader who in many cases will use the science books for
research. ... Reflective thinking and investigative processes can take place more
freely in such an atmosphere. ... Encourage creative art by students to illustrate
science books.

The Dial

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He remembered evervthing he saw and heard, and was ever exercising the
creative faculty in Inanifold ways. ... he drew ictures on every scrap of paper at
hand. ie margins and vacant spaces in his books and letters were filled wlth
original illustrations. ... About tiis time he began the study of the violin, in which he
displayml extraordinary ability. ... and to 'In-“- "plmnunitieu for observing nature in
her varied wild and beautiful aspects the artist afterward ascribed many of the
influences ...

Bulletin Of The Atomic Scientists

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In it I have indulged in what many will consider a great deal of wishful thinking, as
well as a bit of fictitious hindsight. ... There we discussed the theoretical research
studies he was engaged in with respect to the physics of the bomb. ....
Nonetheless, about 20 years have passed since the first experiments and, for the
present, at best only half the distance to .... Nature, scientists knew, has no
national or ideological preferences : What American scientists, uncertain whether
the aim was at ...

School Library Journal

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The text swoops through the idyllic indoor and outdoor scenes to create a lyrical,
joyous, and somewhat silly mood. ... Sharp-eyed readers will observe that the
picture for each day includes an animal that has the same number of offspring as
... PreS-Gr 3-Young readers who are interested in learning about backyard
creatures will welcome this rhyming counting book. ... While not an essential
purchase, it will be a useful addition for libraries in which nature books are
popular-Maura ...


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The Wallabys steer clear of the high fructose corn syrup found in Nature Valley
Chewy Trail Mix Fruit & Nut Bars. ..... A 2002 study predicted that a temperature
increase of 1 .5 to 6.3°F by 2100 could thin balsam trees in New England by 96
...... Fagre was one of Photography by Corey Rich 23 >» FIELD JOURNAL the
first scientists to predict, based on ...... Use your creative ideas, your passion for
the outdoors, or your belief in a group or cause to raise awareness around

The New York Times Book Review

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His notebooks contain the basic elements of many of his poems, and shed much
light on his creative methods. ... Mr. Slonim is one of the best-informed present-
day critics of Russian literature. His two books comprise a fresh and impartial
interpretation of Russian thought, as well as the most up-to-date study of the ...
Unfortunately these volumes assume some scientific background on the part of
the reader. ... Even fuller are D. C. Peattie's two volumes, "The Natural History of