Nature

American Robin

Audubon Bird American Robin

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The most popular birds in our Audubon line have been refreshed to provide vivid colors, clarity and exactness in appearance like never before. Educational and collectible, our 5” American Robin stuffed animal is so realistic the design is approved by Audubon and the sound comes from the Cornell Lab of Ornithology’s wildlife recordings.
Peregrine Falcon

Audubon Bird Peregrine Falcon

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The most popular birds in our Audubon line have been refreshed to provide vivid colors, clarity and exactness in appearance like never before.Educational and collectible, our 5" Peregrine Falcon stuffed animal is so realistic the design is approved by Audubon and the sound comes straight from the Cornell Lab of Ornithology's wildlife recordings.
Blue, the Gray, and the Green

Blue, the Gray, and the Green

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The Blue, the Gray, and the Green is one of only a handful of books to apply an environmental history approach to the Civil War. This book explores how nature-disease, climate, flora and fauna, and other factors-affected the war and also how the war shaped Americans' perceptions, understanding, and use of nature. The contributors use a wide range of approaches that serve as a valuable template for future environmental histories of the conflict.In his introduction, Brian Allen Drake describes the sparse body of environmental history literature related to the Civil War and lays out a blueprint for the theoretical basis of each essay. Kenneth W. Noe emphasizes climate and its effects on agricultural output and the battlefield; Timothy Silver explores the role of disease among troops and animals; Megan Kate Nelson examines aridity and Union defeat in 1861 New Mexico; Kathryn Shively Meier investigates soldiers' responses to disease in the Peninsula Campaign; Aaron Sachs, John C. Inscoe, and Lisa M. Brady examine philosophical and ideological perspectives on nature before, during, and after the war; Drew Swanson discusses the war's role in production and landscape change in piedmont tobacco country; Mart A. Stewart muses on the importance of environmental knowledge and experience for soldiers, civilians, and slaves; Timothy Johnson elucidates the ecological underpinnings of debt peonage during Reconstruction; finally, Paul S. Sutter speculates on the future of Civil War environmental studies.The Blue, the Gray, and the Green provides a provocative environmental commentary that enriches our understanding of the Civil War.
CARD GAME Birds of North America

CARD GAME Birds of North America

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Professor Noggin's series of educational games encourages kids to learn interesting facts about their favorite subjects. Each of the thirty game cards combines trivia, true or false, and multiple choice questions. A special three-numbered die is included which creates interaction and promotes communication between players. Easy and hard levels keep kids interested and challenged - while of course having fun.
Bison Finger Puppet

Finger Puppet Bison

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Functional finger puppet with realistic features. Measures 6 inches long.
Black Bear Finger Puppet

Finger Puppet Black Bear

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 Functional finger puppet with realistic features. Measures 7 inches long. 
Baby Black Bear Handpuppet

Handpuppet Baby Black Bear

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Night Sky Finder Card Game

Jr Ranger Night Sky Finder Card Game

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This go-fish card game is out of this world! Find the most cosmic card groups and win the game. Learn interesting facts about planets, stars and othe space objects while you explore the night sky. Ages 4+ Made in the USA.
Keep the Scene Green! Earth-Friendly Activities Book

Keep the Scene Green! Earth-Friendly Activities Book

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Everyone can help preserve our planet, and these 24 "green" activities show how! Appropriate for ages 6 to 10, they focus on recycling, fighting pollution, and other ecology-related activities. Fun-filled puzzles include word searches, secret codes, spot-the-differences, mazes, and more. Solutions included.
MAZES Forest Animals

MAZES Forest Animals

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The poor owl! He fell out of his tree, and now he needs help to get back home. His squirrel friend wants to find her acorns. The skunk has gotten lost in the woods and is looking for his log. And the frog has to find a way to the other side of the pond.
Youngsters can help these animals and 26 other creatures of the forest reach their objectives by showing them the way through a series of mazes. And when young navigators have completed their tasks, they can have even more fun by coloring the large, clearly drawn pictures. A great way to introduce children to members of the animal kingdom, these full-page mazes will also help them develop important problem-solving skills.