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In the middle of a South American jungle, a tiny brown monkey swings from a branch. Where is his place on the big, blue Earth? Starting with a tiny monkey in the Amazon rainforest, this richly illustrated poem by scientist Tory Christie illuminates a unique geographical perspective, showcasing South America's environment. Luciana Navarro Powell's ever-widening views take readers from jungle to mountain to village and city, country, continent, ocean, and finally the planet in space. Endsheets include a map of South America labeling the places shown. Perfect for inspiring young minds to think big, this picture book also supports C3 standards for geography related to maps, culture, and environment. Don't miss A Little Round Panda on the Big Blue Earth!
|Publisher:||Creative Company, The|
|Product dimensions:||9.80(w) x 10.35(h) x 0.55(d)|
|Age Range:||6 - 8 Years|
About the Author
Luciana Navarro Powell grew up in Brazil, but now lives in the Pacific Northwest with her husband and two sons. She goes back to Brazil once a year so her sons can try to spot little brown monkeys in their grandparents' backyard.Tory Christie is a scientist who enjoys exploring the big blue Earth. She has collected pebbles on rocky shores, climbed misty mountain trails, and felt earthquakes on more than one continent. Tory lives with her family in North Dakota.