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Nature Book Club: October
November 13, 2018 by Kami Valkova

Welcome to Nature Book Club! Here we will share what our book club is reading each month!

We had to get a shot of the covers this time - how colourful and inviting for any bookworm!

Our theme for the month of October was children's books! It was a lot of fun reading books (both silly and serious) to one another, and we still did quite a bit of learning! Most of our selections are available at the Toronto Public Library. The format is as follows:Book title. Author. "Illus." indicates the illustrator if they are different from the author.

The Caterpillar and the Polliwog. Jack Kent
The Birdwatchers. Simon James
A House for Hermit Crab. Eric Carle
Ten Little Caterpillars. Bill Martin Jr. and Lois Ehlert, illus.
The Other Way to Listen. Bard Baylor and Peter Parnell, illus.
Gem. Holly Hobbie
Paddle, Perch, Climb: Bird Feet are Neat. Laurie Ellen Angus
An Extraordinary Ordinary Moth. A.L. Gray and Steliyana Doneva, illus.
Tout plein de calins. Robert Munsch and Michael Martchenko, illus.
Le zoo de yayaho. Genevieve Lemieux and Bruno St. Aubin, illus.
A Handful of Seeds. Monica Hughes and Luis Garay, illus.
Miss Rumphius. Barbara Cooney
The Little House. Virginia Lee Burton
A River Ran Wild. Lynne Cherry
Where the Forest Meets the Sea. Jeannie Baker
The Year at Maple Hill Farm. Alice and Martin Provensen
Rewilding: Giving Nature a Second Chance. Jane Drake and Ann Love
Du Iz Tak? Carson Ellis
Who Goes to the Park. Warabe Aska
Girl of the Limberlost. Gene Stratton Porter
Bugwise. Pamela M. Hickman and Judie Shore, illus.
The Salamander Room. Anne Mazer. Steve Johnson and Lou Fancher, illus.
The Whales’ Song. Dyan Sheldon and Gary Blythe, illus.
Cougar’s Great Adventure. Marianne Marusic and Ron Edding, illus. (Available through Laura McClintock at the Nature Centre)
Picture the Sky. Barbara Reid
Walking in the City with Jane Jacobs. Susan Hughes

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