Salmon Stream

Salmon Stream

Book - 2000
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The life cycle of salmon and it's place in ecology is lavishly illu strated and explained to the reader. Carol Reed-Jones follows the life cycle of salmon in cumulative verse, similar to her best-selling The Tree in the Ancient Forest. Against staggering odds the eggs hatch and grow, travel to the ocean, and eventually struggle upstream to their birthplace again, to spawn a new generation. Artist Michael Maydak vividly portrays the dramatic life of these special fish. Salmon Stream is also packed with information and resources for people of all ages who want to learn more about salmon and how to help them survive.
Publisher: Nevada City, CA : Dawn Publications, c2000
ISBN: 9781584690146
Characteristics: 1 v. (unpaged) : col. ill., color maps ; 24 cm
Additional Contributors: Maydak, Michael S. - Illustrator


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Oct 05, 2018

This was a lovely book that captivated my two small children. The illustrations are beautiful and I love the way the story is told in a circular fashion, to help children understand the cycles of nature. I plan to purchase this book for our family and read this every autumn as our children go through grade school. The critics didn't have good things to say about this book, but as a mom reading it to my two small children I thought it was a beautifully written and illustrated "living" book for young children.


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