Going Home: The Mystery of Animal Migration

Going Home The Mystery of Animal Migration By air land and sea migrating animals are going home Salmon turtles whales and manatees travel by sea Hummingbirds butterflies and geese fly with determination And caribou thunder across vast pl

By air, land, and sea, migrating animals are going home Salmon, turtles, whales and manatees travel by sea Hummingbirds, butterflies and geese fly with determination And caribou thunder across vast plains Both illustrations and text capture a sense of movement and purpose plus a sense of mystery and amazement.

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    Marianne Berkes Jennifer DiRubbio
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    Published :2018-03-02T19:41:12+00:00

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  1. Suzanne Kunz Williams

    We loved this book. We loved learning about migration and more about animals. But most of all we love the concept that permeates the book of the importance of home and how home is always a place we want to go to. Just the phrase "Going home" seems to feel one with joy and peace**Talking points - Which animals in the book did you like best and why? If you had two homes (two places that pull on your heartstrings) like many of these animals do, which two places would they be and why? If you could m [...]

  2. Robin

    TED 8650 Children's LiteratureTwin Text: Calvin Can't Fly: The Story of a Bookworm Birdie by Jennifer Berne, 2010Rationale: These two books go together because they are both about migration. Going Home briefly covers the migration patterns of ten different animals, describing where they go and why they go there. Calvin Can't Fly is about a bird who loves to read, and when his family migrates, he is able to tell them that bad weather is approaching and where to hide for safety.Text Structure: Goi [...]

  3. Luanne Hatcher

    This book provides rhyming verses for the animals, telling the reader about their adventures and migration routes. Eight different animals are showcased. Nonfiction info. is provided for each animal, as well as more info. at the back of the book. Their routes are on a map and explained at the book's end.

  4. Sue Poduska

    Going Home is told in pleasing rhyme. Readers may want to read aloud each page to get the full effect. This is listed as “A Share Nature With Children Book.” Berkes includes information about animals from loggerhead turtles to monarch butterflies to manatees.

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