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by Caroline Arnold

ePub A Warmer World: From Polar Bears to Butterflies, How Climate Change Affects Wildlife download
Author:
Caroline Arnold
ISBN13:
978-1580892674
ISBN:
1580892671
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Publisher:
Charlesbridge (February 1, 2012)
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Subcategory:
Growing Up & Facts of Life
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1921 kb
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1334 kb
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4.7
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A Warmer World: From Pola. The environmental changes are so great that some creatures are gone all together. In 1964 a biologist working in Costa Rica found a tiny yellow toad that thrived and laid eggs in pools of water. As the earth warmed the puddles dried and since 1989 the toads have not been seen anywhere.

Sullywriter, April 3, 2013.

The environmental changes are so great that some creatures are gone all together. Arnold introduces young readers to the world of global warming and its effects on humans, animals and plants. Soft pastel illustrations are warm and inviting for young readers to see the specific plants and animals and better understand their plight. A good introduction to the dangerous impact climate change is having upon a wide range of animal species. Sullywriter, April 3, 2013.

Global warming and the dinosaurs.

From Polar Bears to Butterflies, How Climate Change Affects Wildlife. by Caroline Arnold & illustrated by Jamie Hogan. The facts are laid out in clear, easy-to-understand prose as climatic changes affecting various forms of wildlife, including polar bears, butterflies, walruses and penguins, are described on pages that look as if they were torn out of writing tablets. Readers learn that in many cases, living creatures, including some plants, have adapted to the phenomenon. Global warming and the dinosaurs.

A Warmer World: From Polar Bears to Butterflies, How Climate Change Affects Wildlife (Charlesbridge, 2012), by Caroline Arnold .

A Warmer World: From Polar Bears to Butterflies, How Climate Change Affects Wildlife (Charlesbridge, 2012), by Caroline Arnold, illustrated (beautifully!) by Jamie Hogan. I really enjoyed this beautiful book. One of the things I love most about it is that it is not alarmist. For instance, gentoo penguins didn't A Warmer World: From Polar Bears to Butterflies, How Climate Change Affects Wildlife (Charlesbridge, 2012), by Caroline Arnold, illustrated (beautifully!) by Jamie Hogan.

About A Warmer World. This informative introduction to climate change and its affects on wildlife will engage young nature-lovers as they learn about ecosystems, environments, and global warming. Species by species, from polar bear to butterfly, acclaimed nonfiction children’s author Caroline Arnold describes how warmer weather alters ecosystems, forcing animals to adapt or become extinct. Arnold’s clear and straightforward text is complemented by Jamie Hogan’s collage-style illustrations.

Listen in as Caroline Arnold discusses her book A Warmer World: From Polar Bears to Butterflies, How Climate Change Affects Wildlife

Kids will find the facts about animals and plants intriguing as well as motivating. Listen in as Caroline Arnold discusses her book A Warmer World: From Polar Bears to Butterflies, How Climate Change Affects Wildlife. She talks about how one degree Fahrenheit can make a huge impact on plants and animals.

Describes how climate change has affected ecosystems around the world and how animals within these ecosystems have adapted, offering young readers an informative and thought-provoking look at how animals have had to adapt-or face extinction

Describes how climate change has affected ecosystems around the world and how animals within these ecosystems have adapted, offering young readers an informative and thought-provoking look at how animals have had to adapt-or face extinction. Find This And Other Titles Like It In The Following Collections.

Wildlife resources-Climatic factors. Climatic changes-Juvenile literature. Our Original Resources 4. Audio Name Pronunciation with Caroline Arnold. Book Guides, Activities & Lessons 1. Juvenile Nonfiction Science & Nature Environmental Conservation & Protection. Lists With This Book. Toolkit Mentor Texts, Grade 5. + Show More- Show Fewer Details. Created by TeachingBooks. Audio Name Pronunciation with Jamie Hogan. Nonfiction Read and Respond Customizable Lesson.

Polar bears (Ursus maritimus) are the poster child for the impacts of climate change on species, and justifiably s.

Polar bears (Ursus maritimus) are the poster child for the impacts of climate change on species, and justifiably so. To date, global warming has been most pronounced in the Arctic, and this trend is projected to continue. However, their dependence on sea ice makes them highly vulnerable to a changing climate.

This informative introduction to climate change and its affects on wildlife will engage young nature-lovers as they learn about ecosystems, environments, and global warming. Species by species, from polar bear to butterfly, acclaimed nonfiction children's author Caroline Arnold describes how warmer weather alters ecosystems, forcing animals to adapt or become extinct. Arnold's clear and straightforward text is complemented by Jamie Hogan's collage-style illustrations. A glossary and listing of websites and books for further exploration is included. Reminiscent of a nature journal, this book is sure to inspire readers to start their own research into this significant global issue and think about ways they can help our planet.
  • Bought this for a school project! Great book and quality.

  • Perfect title for a younger audience trying to make sense of the global climate change. The book engages the students interest and is written in a language that middle schoolers can easily understand.

  • Our world's climate is rapidly changing. Global warming is not only effecting us but also the animals and other small creatures that share our planet. The environmental changes are so great that some creatures are gone all together. In 1964 a biologist working in Costa Rica found a tiny yellow toad that thrived and laid eggs in pools of water. As the earth warmed the puddles dried and since 1989 the toads have not been seen anywhere. As the world gets warmer animals move to find new places to live, but plants can not, in some instances plant seeds are carried off to other locations by wind, water and animals. In Yosemite National Park squirrels and mice are moving to higher ground to more favorable habitats. Small shrimp-like animals called Krill feed on algae and other small organisms under the ice. With less ice Krill don't survive and neither will the animals that feed on them. As the world warms so do the earths waters. As a result, spring comes earlier and winter later. This season change can create droughts and effects corals, fish and many other species. Arnold introduces young readers to the world of global warming and its effects on humans, animals and plants. Soft pastel illustrations are warm and inviting for young readers to see the specific plants and animals and better understand their plight. Arnold has also supplied young minds with a glossary of terms in the back of the book as well as a list of website resources and others books that cover the subjects of climate changes and global warming. This is an excellent book to educate children on global warming. Parent and teachers will find this to be a handy tool for any home or classroom.