A Home for Honu and all Hawaiian Threatened and Endangered Animals Product Description:
These 24 coloring pages and colorful stickers will lead you into the world of Hawai‘i’s endangered animals. Learn about honu and monk seals in the sea along with i‘iwi and other birds high in mountain rainforests. See how important it is to help protect these creatures for generations to come.
About the Author
Ron Hirschi graduated with a degree in fish and wildlife ecology and worked for many years protecting the habitats of many animals. He has written more than fifty nature books for young readers and continues to work with kids on ocean, stream, and pond projects. He has spent time studying albatrosses on Midway Atoll, using that experience to help kids find their own ways of stopping the spread of harmful plastic pollution. He and his wife live in Poulsbo, Washington, not far from their grown daughter and son-in-law.
About the llustrator
Anna McDonnell is a lifelong artist who currently lives in Washington state. A progressive student of the arts, most notably the art of animation, she has been the recipient of awards that have funded her pursuit to bring beautiful characters and stories to life. Other specializations include traditional drawing, painting, charcoal, digital arts, and cartooning.
|Page Count ||32 pages |
|Folded Size ||11.0" x 8.5” x 0.0" |
|Binding ||Softcover |
|Publish Date ||June 2018 |
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Printed in South Korea
|ISBN 13 ||978-1939487-87-2 |