Biography: Annie Patterson earned her Visual Communications degree with honors from the Art Institute of Seattle in 1999. Before moving to Barrow, Alaska, she worked as a digital ink and paint artist for a leading children's CD-ROM game company. Whale Snow is her first illustrated children's book, written by Debby Dahl Edwardson. Annie is a freelance artist, working primarily in watercolor. When she isn't creating art, Annie likes to study children's books, read fiction and art books, and graphic design magazines. On long walks with her dog Heather, Annie dreams of her next vacation to Europe.
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People and animals live in hot and cold places all over the world, from the equator to the poles. Discover the remarkable--and similar--ways in which humans and animals around the world adapt to heat and cold.
"A stellar addition to a rather empty shelf." --Kirkus Reviews, starred review
"This well-organized title uses a picture-book format to take a relatively boring concept--temperature regulation in people and animals--and make it downright interesting." --School Library Journal
Sea turtles face many dangers as they grow, eat, travel, and breed. In this dramatization of one female turtle's challenges, acclaimed nature writer April Pulley Sayre highlights the role that humans have in helping this endangered species.
"A good read-aloud or read-along choice for environmental awareness."
--School Library Journal