Why is that tree lumpy? How do insects stay alive in the winter? What are tides, anyway?
In <i>Be a Wilderness Detective</i>, biologist and artist Peggy Kochanoff answers these and many more questions. With simple language and beautifully accurate paintings, Kochanoff walks young readers through many nature puzzles, including identifying different types of animal poop and understanding how maple trees can be tapped without being harmed.
Clear, precise, and engaging, <i>Be a Wilderness Detective</i> is the perfect book for budding naturalists—and it will also convince couch potatoes to get outside. Science and nature have never been more fun!