This copy of Going Home The Mystery of Animal Mirgration by Marianne Berkes with illustrations by Jennifer DiRubbio is a PB. It was published by Dawn Publications in 2010. Condition: Very Good--sticker inside front cover indicating that it is a review copy; a few pages show faint signs of handling; covers have a little rubbing wear. Looks close to new.
From School Library Journal
Grade 3–4—Teachers especially will welcome this poetic look at animal migration patterns. Ten critters, ranging from Canada geese to caribou and loggerhead turtles, celebrate their "going home" with a rhyme, a small paragraph of information, and a colorful, realistic illustration spreading across facing pages. A large map helps readers follow migratory patterns, and a closing section contains a look at the "mystery" of migration, further data on the creatures in focus, and a handy-dandy passel of suggestions, such as to "Write Your Own Story" about an animal not included in this book. Similar in scope to Berkes's Over in the Arctic (2008) and Over in the Jungle (2007, both Dawn), the book is a pleasant way to tie creative writing and natural history in a simple package.—Patricia Manning, formerly at Eastchester Public Library, NY
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