Why Do I Sing? Animal Songs of the Pacific Northwest, by Jennifer Blomgren
Why Do I Sing? Animal Songs of the Pacific Northwest, by Jennifer Blomgren. Illustrations by Andrea Gabriel.
The natural world of the Pacific Northwest is alive with sounds. Mountain marmots whistle, Pacific tree frogs ribbit riotously, and crickets sing as twilight falls. In a rhythmic cadence, this richly illustrated celebration of animal calls and noises surveys the region from summit to field to ocean to backyard. The world is alive with song!
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