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The Life Cycle of a Polar Bear
Rebecca Sjonger and Bobbie Kalman
St. Catharines, Ontario: Crabtree Publishing, 2006. 32 p.
(The Life Cycle)
Ages 8 to 11
The Life Cycle of a Polar Bear is part of a beautiful series of books about the life process of all living things.
This book brings lots of information to its readers on the life bears, their eating and hunting habits, mating and the rearing of cubs. Children also learn about the greatest threats to the polar bear: global warming and pollution. In addition, they will learn how they can help the bear with these very distressing issues.
Large photographs and realistic illustrations support the text by Rebecca Sjonger and Bobbie Kalman. Look for a lovely dedication by Ms. Sjonger to her young cub.