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Fighting for the forest / Gloria Rand ; illustrated by Ted Rand.

Rand, Gloria. (Author). Rand, Ted, (ill.).

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Location Call Number / Copy Notes Barcode Shelving Location Status Due Date
Oliver Wolcott Library - Litchfield JP-ILLUS RAN (Text to phone) 36123003008818 Juvenile Picture Book Advanced Reader Available -
Woodbury Public Library J-E Rand c.1 (Text to phone) 34018106428701 Juvenile Picture Book Available -

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Summary, etc.: When they find blue logging markings in the ancient forest where they like to hike, a boy and his father try to save the trees from being cut down. Includes information about how to find and enjoy ancient forests.
Subject: Forests and forestry Fiction
Logging Fiction
Conservation of natural resources Fiction

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Fighting for the Forest
Fighting for the Forest
by Rand, Gloria; Rand, Ted (Illustrator)
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Fighting for the Forest


A boy and his father like to hike in the ancient forest near their home. But one day they discover blue marks on many of the trees - the marks of loggers. The boy decides they must do something to try to save the forest. A campaign is launched and the fight is on.Gloria and Ted Rand were inspired to create this book after hearing real-life stories from their son, Martin, who is an active conservationist in Washington State. Together, this author and illustrator team has captured the quiet majesty of our nation's ancient forests. Bordering the art are portraits of native plants and animals; a short nature guide at the end of the book supplies young naturalists with tips on identifying trees and animal tracks.
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