We All Are One (Nature Club #5) (Paperback)

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We All Are One (Nature Club #5) (Paperback)

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Welcome to The Nature Club

The Nature Club books invite you to explore the outdoors with Izzy, Tai, Brooke, Zack, and Miguel. Through their adventures, they learn to help the wildlife they love while helping each other with the challenges of growing up.

Can one person make a difference?

The night Miguel arrives to visit his Nature Club friends, he gets a rare glimpse of a bobcat. When he sees the bobcat again the next day, he excitedly names it Clementine, but notices it looks thin, tired, and unhealthy. After accidentally kicking his soccer ball into a neighbor's shed, he figures out why. Miguel and his friends send the bobcat to a wildlife rehabilitator, but Miguel wishes he could make a wider impact than on just one animal. As Clementine recovers, Miguel and his Nature Club friends learn we are all connected through a complex web of life, and through it, we have the opportunity to make a world of difference.

"In this captivating journey of discovery, we learn the importance of treading lightly on this planet so we don't cause harm to our wild neighbors."

--Beth Pratt, California director, National Wildlife Federation

Rachel Mazur, Ph.D., is the author of Speaking of Bears (Globe Pequot, 2015), the award-winning picture book If You Were a Bear (Sequoia Natural History Association, 2008), and many articles for scientific and trade publications. She is passionate about writing stories to connect kids with nature--and inspiring them to protect it. Rachel lives with her husband and two children in El Portal, California, where she oversees the wildlife program at Yosemite National Park.
Product Details ISBN: 9781732915640
ISBN-10: 1732915644
Publisher: Wild Bear Press
Publication Date: February 11th, 2019
Pages: 132
Language: English
Series: Nature Club
“In this captivating journey of discovery, we learn the importance of treading lightly on this planet so we don’t cause harm to our wild neighbors.”
—Beth Pratt, California director, National Wildlife Federation