Nature Discovery Series Set
This charming three book set of nature books explores the Woods, Rain Forest and the Coral Reef through Charley Harper's art and Zoe Burke's rhyming text.
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In artist Charley Harper’s Birducopia, a wealth of birds, animals, trees, and plants are ingeniously portrayed, creating a complete environment of a woodsy park. Each creature and plant is extracted from the larger painting and silhouetted on the pages of What’s in the Woods? The accompanying rhyming text by Zoe Burke imagines a walk through the park, identifying the flora and fauna along the way. The journey ends with a foldout page of the complete image, with a key identifying all the animals and plants. Hardcover smyth-sewn casebound book, with jacket. 32 pages with full-color illustrations throughout, from Charley Harper’s Birducopia; the entire artwork is reproduced, with identification key, on a foldout page at the end. Size: 6 ½ x 6 inches. Artwork by Charley Harper. Text by Zoe Burke.
Following the success of Charley Harper’s What’s in the Woods?,Pomegranate continues the Nature Discovery Book series with this journey through a rain forest. Zoe Burke’s rhyming text introduces young readers to thirty different species of rain-forest dwellers—birds, butterflies, lizards, monkeys, and more. All are depicted with colorful images taken from Harper’s painting Monteverde, illustrating the various creatures inhabiting Costa Rica’s Monteverde Cloud Forest Preserve. The entire painting is reproduced on a foldout page at the end of the book, with a key identifying all the featured creatures. Illustrated by Charley Harper, written by Zoe Burke. Hardcover smyth-sewn casebound book, with jacket. 34 pages, fully illustrated
The third book in Pomegranate’s successful Nature Discovery Series, Charley Harper’s What’s in the Coral Reef? explores the abundance and variety of coral reef sea life. Zoe Burke’s rhyming text introduces young readers to fifty different reef dwellers—the Foureye Butterflyfish, Manta Ray, Staghorn Coral, Flamingo Tongue Snail, and more. All are depicted with colorful images taken from Harper’s painting The Coral Reef, which illustrates various creatures inhabiting Caribbean reef preserves. The entire painting is reproduced on a foldout page at the end of the book, with a key identifying all the featured marine life.