Dragons in the Ponds
Robert H. Armstrong, John Hudson, & Marge Hermans
Children will learn fascinating facts about dragonflies and why we should appreciate them and not fear them. Text by three naturalists talks about the dragonflies' life cycle, what they eat, and what eats them. Full of useful information presented clearly for kids.
32 pages, 8½" x 11", full-color cover and insides, 69 color photographs, 2 other illustrations, March 2007. Published by Nature Alaska. ISBN 978-1-57833-362-2 trade paper
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