Field, Nancy, et al. Ancient Forests: Discovering Nature. Dog Eared Pulbications, 1995. Forests and
ecology, with black and white drawings and 16 activity sheets.
Hirschi, Ron. Faces in the Forest . Dutton children's Books, 1997. Introduces the various animals that
live in the forest of the United States.
Kalman, Bobbie. Forest Mammals (the North American Wildlife Series) Crabtree Publications, 1987.
Learn about a forest ecosystem; with illustrations by wildlife artist Glen Loates.
Mania, Cathy. A Forest's Life: from Meadow to Mature Woodland. Franklin Watts, 1997. Information on
broadleaf, intermediate forests, other plants; with activities.
Sayre, April. Temperate Deciduous Forests. Twentieth Century Books, 1995. Filled with facts and
projects; good for reports for grades 5-8. See also her books, Taiga and Tundra.
For Advanced Readers
Audubon, John James, Elliott Coues, and Maria A. Audubon. Audubon and His Journals. Two volumes.
Dover, 1994. Audubon kept journals as he travelled through the United States sketching and painting
birds and mammals.
Streshinsky, Shirley. Audubon: Life and Art in the American Wildreness. University of Georgia Press,
For Teachers
Smithsonian Institution. Collecting Their Thoughts:Using Museums as Resources for Students Writing.
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