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A Warmer World

From Polar Bears to Butterflies, How Climate Change Affects Wildlife
Arnold, Caroline (Book - 2012 )
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Over the past several decades, our world has been warming at a faster rate than ever before. Winters are shorter. Sea levels have risen. Territories of predators and prey have shifted. To survive in this new environment, animals everywhere have had to adapt, or face extinction. Complemented by Jamie Hogan's rich collage illustrations, A Warmer World offers young readers a clear-eyed look at the effects of climate change on animals around the world.
Authors: Arnold, Caroline
Title: A warmer world
from polar bears to butterflies, how climate change affects wildlife
Publisher: Watertown, Mass. : Charlesbridge, c2012
Characteristics: 31 p. :,col. ill. ;,26 cm
Statement of Responsibility: Caroline Arnold ; illustrated by Jamie Hogan
Summary: Over the past several decades, our world has been warming at a faster rate than ever before. Winters are shorter. Sea levels have risen. Territories of predators and prey have shifted. To survive in this new environment, animals everywhere have had to adapt, or face extinction. Complemented by Jamie Hogan's rich collage illustrations, A Warmer World offers young readers a clear-eyed look at the effects of climate change on animals around the world.
Additional Contributors: Hogan, Jamie
ISBN: 1580892671
9781580892674
1580892663
9781580892667
Branch Call Number: j 363.73874 A752w 2012
Bibliography: Includes bibliographical references
Subject Headings: Climatic changes Juvenile literature Global warming Juvenile literature
Topical Term: Climatic changes
Global warming
LCCN: 2011000811
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Over the past several decades, our world has been warming at a faster rate than ever before. To survive in this new environment, animals everywhere have to adapt, or face extinction.

Over the past several decades, our world has been warming at a faster rate than ever before. Winters are shorter. Sea levels have risen. Territories of predators and prey have shifted. To survive in this new environment, animals everywhere have had to adapt, or face extinction.


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