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Land of the Wild Llama: A Story of the Patagonian Andes

Land of the Wild Llama: A Story of the Patagonian Andes

by Audrey M. Fraggalosch

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Children's Literature
The remote, untouched region of the Patagonian Andes is opened up to children in this wonderfully illustrated book about the wild llama and other animals that live in this remote region of South America. Readers are introduced to a newborn guanaco, also called a chulengo, which is a smaller form of the domesticated llama. The book follows the chulengo through its first year of life and describes the dangers and hardships it often faces from other animals and the elements of winter. Actively detailed, painted illustrations of the guanacos in their environment and interacting with other animals make this a special factual book on a rarely written about ecosystem and animal. The back of the book has a map and description of the area along with more information on guanacos' lives. This book will be a great addition to any library collection or classroom collection on South America. 2002, Soundprints, Caudill

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Publication date:
Soundprints' Wild Habitats Series
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Product dimensions:
8.30(w) x 10.30(h) x 0.39(d)
Age Range:
6 - 9 Years

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