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"One cold, rainy, spring night, a young girl and her scientist father participate in 'Salamander Night' to follow hundreds of spotted salamanders as they venture into a vernal pool to mate and lay eggs. Together, the father-child team studies the salamanders through their complete amphibian metamorphosis, culminating in the adult salamanders' disappearance into the woods in late summer. In easy-to-understand text, the girl relates the tale through their own illustrated, photographic journal.
It's so much more than a picture book... this book is specifically designed to be both a fun-to-read story and a launch pad for discussions and learning. We encourage adults to do the activities with the young children in their lives both at home and in the classroom." Written by Jennifer Keats Curtis, J. Adam Frederick, and Shennen Bersani.
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