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Who Pooped in the Desert? Field Guide, Journal & Activity Book

Steph Lehmann

Designed to accompany the wildly popular Who Pooped in the Park? series, or as a stand-alone book, this field guide, journal, and activity book is packed with educational facts, beautiful illustrations to color, and journaling opportunities--perfect for young nature lovers to create their own personalized souvenir and keepsake of their adventures in the deserts of North America!

Have fun learning about desert animals and the clues they leave and how to identify everything from a Coati to a Gila Monster. Discover the rain shadow effect and take a closer look at desert insects like the scorpion and plants like the saguaro cactus: plus clouds and constellations, birds, desert wildflowers, and much more!

Learn to spot dangerous plants, color and create a flip book, develop your own trail mix recipe, draw your own ultimate day-hike packing list, earn badges, and learn important safe and responsible practices for your outdoor adventures that help protect you, wildlife, and our wild places.

Book Details

  • Publisher: Farcountry Press
  • Publish Date: May 19th, 2020
  • Pages: NA
  • Language: English
  • Dimensions: 7.90in - 6.80in - 0.40in - 0.45lb
  • EAN: 9781560376996
  • Categories: Activity Books - ColoringScience & Nature - General (See Also Headings Under Animals

About the Author

Lehmann, Steph: - Educated as a fine artist, author and illustrator Steph Lehmann has been a professional graphic designer and illustrator for over 25 years, creating various creative projects from packaging and animation shorts to vintage posters and books. Steph also has a long history of working with children, including teaching arts and crafts as a camp counselor, many years as a Girl Scout leader and Boy Scout den mother, working as a preschool teacher and ESL lab aide, and teaching fine art to elementary school age children.