1 edition of Great migrations found in the catalog.
K. M. Kostyal
In this magnificent companion to the groundbreaking 7-hour miniseries, animal journeys are illustrated with images by National Geographic-caliber photographers and with iconic stills from the film. Informational sidebars throughout the book highlight new technology, preeminent scientists and photographers in the field, and the backstories behind the memorable seven-part documentary.
Includes bibliographical references.
|Other titles||Great migrations (Television program)|
|Statement||K. M. Kostyal ; afterword by series producer David Hamlin|
|Contributions||Hamlin, David, National Geographic Society (U.S.)|
|LC Classifications||QL754 .K67 2010|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||303 p. :|
|Number of Pages||303|
|LC Control Number||2010020998|
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An official companion book to the Great Migrations television series on the National Geographic channel, this colorful book offers excellent photos of eight migrating animals: Mali elephants, red crabs, monarch butterflies, golden jellyfish, zebras, army ants, wildebeests, and sperm whales.
On the double-page spreads carrying information, some /5(9). That book has taught many children at our school to read with its appealing refrains and cadences. But it is Great Migrations that explains what one student called the "for reals." One of the appeals is that it reads like a kid-friendly webpage, with sidebars, images, and /5.
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Created for the huge audience of young animal lovers—and for the nation’s schools, where migration is taught as part of the core curriculum—this book.
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It is estimated that from to some six million black Southerners relocated as part of the Great Migration. 'Late Migrations' Review: Margaret Renkl's Essays Make A Perfect Summer Book Margaret Renkl's vivid and original essays capture the cycle of life in a new book.
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Prophetic words, indeed, Isabel Wilkerson insists in “The Warmth of Other Suns,” her massive and masterly account of the Great Migration. Wilkerson, who won a Pulitzer Prize for feature. The story of African-Americans on this soil cannot be told without the Great Migration.
For many of them, the 20th century was largely an era of migrating and marching until freedom, by law and in Author: Isabel Wilkerson. About Great Migrations. At a riverbank in Africa’s Serengeti, thousands of migrating wildebeest try desperately to cross as terrifying crocs feast on the galloping herds–which must attempt the river for a chance at survival.
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[K M Kostyal; David Hamlin; National Geographic Society (U.S.)] -- In this magnificent companion to the groundbreaking 7-hour miniseries, animal journeys are illustrated with images by National Geographic-caliber photographers and with iconic stills from the film. The largest programming event in the ten-year history of the National Geographic Channel, Great Migrations premieres globally November 7,with related coverage in National Geographic magazine and an official companion ers: 21K.
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