By Marty Essen
Endangered Edens is the long-awaited follow-up to Marty Essen’s six-time award-winning ebook, Cool Creatures, scorching Planet: Exploring the Seven Continents.
no matter if touring with Marty and his spouse, Deb, within the Arctic nationwide natural world shelter, Costa Rica, and Puerto Rico, or going solo with Marty within the Everglades, readers will event nature’s Endangered Edens in a manner few others way.
as well as Marty’s pleasing tales, Endangered Edens also gains greater than a hundred and eighty lovely colour pictures—merging the genres of natural world images, experience travelogues, and environmental schooling into one unforgettable booklet.
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