LET'S LOOK AT MORE TRACKS by Ann Kirn

LET'S LOOK AT MORE TRACKS

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Once more, as per Let's Look At Tracks (1969, p. 310, J-112): ""a routine presentation, sufficient for identifying footprints but not nearly as intriguing as Selsam's How To Be a Nature Detective nor as straightforward as Branley's Big Tracks, Little Tracks, both of which are also better looking."" It might be added that a baby rabbit is a bunny, beavers are busy, and ""the porcupine is too lazy to make a nest or leafy bed to use as a home.

Pub Date: Jan. 1st, 1970
Publisher: Putnam