By: Debbie S Miller and Daniel Van Zyle
32 pages, colour illustrations
The remarkable story of the golden plover's annual migration, this beautifully illustrated nature title for young readers sees the small but mighty plover embark on a six-thousand-mile flight between the frozen Alaska tundra and the gentle, grassy slopes of the Hawaiian Islands. Equally at home in its two very different habitats, the once-endangered golden plover has evolved many behaviors and adaptations that make it perfectly well-suited to each of its homes, and this book contains many fascinating facts about them. Readers are also introduced to the plover's neighbors and friends - from the giant Hawaiian goose, or nene, to the musk ox, grizzly bear, arctic fox, and sandhill crane.
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Debbie S. Miller is the author of several picture books, including "A Woolly Mammoth Journey" and "A Caribou Journey".
Daniel Van Zyle is a cofounder of the Hawaii Artists Society and one of wildlife art's most prominent print artists.
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On behalf of Parque Nacional Nahuel Huapi I would like to thank NHBS. The book will be very useful for my students.
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