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Qui hiberne, qui hiverne : une aventure animale au Québec
Rosemère, Quebec: J. Cornu, 2004, 130 p.
(J'instruis mes parents)
Ages 9 to 11
This book answers many questions about the winter activities of animals in Quebec. It explains why some birds fly south for the winter while others spend the winter in the cold. The different strategies used by mammals, insects and fish to survive are covered in an instructive and dynamic manner. Feature boxes cover topics such as ecosystems, moulting and migrating birds.
The book, attractively illustrated with photographs, includes an index, glossary, field notebook and activity suggestions.