Mother Earth’s Lullaby: A Song for Endangered Animals
Mother Earth’s Lullaby: A Song for Endangered Animals is a lovely bedtime story about putting endangered animals to sleep. This story is about how baby animals go to sleep. All of the animals in the story are endangered, such as the red wolf, giant pandas, Vaquita dolphins, California condors, and Northern spotted owls. This bedtime book was written in very simple words, which makes it easy to understand.
An extra part of the book is the end, which talks about all of the endangered animals mentioned in the book. The facts given are interesting and informative. I liked this story because it was about special baby animals. I would recommend this story to all of my friends as a bedtime book that they can read themselves or read to their little brothers and sisters. Reading Mother Earth’s Lullaby is a great way to end your day.
|Author||Terry Pierce • Carol Heyer, Illustrator|
|Page Count||36 pages|
|Publisher||Tilbury House Publishers|
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