One Day in the Woods


      One Day in the Woods
An intrepid explorer, young Rebecca ventures into the forest in search of an ovenbird, a warbler reputed to be the wizard of the woods Readers follow Rebecca s progress through the day discovering the secrets of the spring foliage and learning much about the temperate forest and its inhabitants BL. Download One Day in the Woods – cricketworldcuplivestreaming.com

Jean Craighead George wrote over eighty popular books for young adults, including the Newbery Medal winning Julie of the Wolves and the Newbery Honor book My Side of the Mountain Most of her books deal with topics related to the environment and the natural world While she mostly wrote children s fiction, she also wrote at least two guides to cooking with wild foods, and an autobiography, Journey Inward.The mother of three children, Twig C George, Craig, and T Luke George Jean George was a grandmother who joyfully read to her grandchildren since the time they were born Over the years Jean George kept one hundred and seventy three pets, not including dogs and cats, in her home in Chappaqua, New York Most of these wild animals depart in autumn when the sun changes their behaviour and they feel the urge to migrate or go off alone While they are with us, however, they become characters in my books, articles, and stories.

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      One Day in the Woods
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  • Paperback
  • 64 pages
  • One Day in the Woods
  • Jean Craighead George
  • English
  • 19 August 2017
  • 0064420175

10 thoughts on “ One Day in the Woods

  1. says:

    Although the subject matter of Jean Craighead George s One Day in the Woods is both interesting and informative, I very much do consider the general plot, I find the author s narrative style as a wholethan a trifle too textbook like for my personal tastes, at times even bordering on being much too wordy...

  2. says:

    One of a series of children s books highlighting different ecosystems from the pen of Jean Craighead George see also One Day in the Desert , One Day in the Tropical Rain Forest , One Day in the Prairie and One Day in the Alpine Tundra this title follows the story of Rebecca, a young girl who, inspired by her naturalist uncle, spends the day in the woods, hoping to catch a glimpse the elusive ovenbird Waiting patiently in various locations, and exploring different layers, from the canopy to the soil, Rebecca One of a series of children s books highlighting different ecosystems from the pen of Jean Craighead George see also One Day in the Desert , One Day in the Tropical Rain Forest , One Day in the Prairie and One Day in the Alpine Tundra this title follows the story of Rebecca, a young girl who, inspired by her naturalist uncle, spends the ...

  3. says:

    We read One Day In The Prairie about a year ago We liked the detailed descriptions of the prairie ecosystem, but our girls lost interest after awhile This is a similar book in Jean Craighead George s series of books about different natural environments This tale takes us out on a full day of exploring a woodland reservation in northern New York The book is labeled as a nonfiction book by our local library I assume it is primarily due to the ecological content The deciduous woods, part of what is called the te We read One Day In The Prairie about a year ago We liked the detailed descriptions of the prairie ecosystem, but our girls lost interest after awhile This is a similar book in Jean Craighead George s series of books about different natural environments This tale takes us out on a full day of exploring a woodland reservation in northern New York The book is labeled as a nonfiction book by our local library I assume it is primarily due to the ecological content The deciduous woods, part of what is called the temperate forest, houses a vast array of insects, animals, birds and other creatures We see many of them in Rebecca s quest for the ovenbird I like that she discovers many ways in which nature fools us and acts in surprising ways The black and white ill...

  4. says:

    The plot of the book isn t very interesting The value of the book is the use of descriptive language Jean Craighead George uses to describes the setting, animals, and plants.

  5. says:

    Read in preparation of our trip to the UP woods lake to see grandma and grandpa Blodgettkrb 8 16 16

  6. says:

    The book I read is called One Day In The Woods The main character in this book is a young girl named Rebecca Rebecca is a curious girl and she is very interested in animals Rebecca is looking for a certain bird called the ovenbird Rebecca gets very upset when something happens t...

  7. says:

    Quick little chapter book about the woods and some of its creatures We liked learning about the different layers of the forest and drew them into our nature notebooks Reading about the ovenbird was fun, too, and mo...

  8. says:

    Told in narrative form, students will learn about the ecology of the North American forest, the Teatown Woods on New York State including flora and fauna within the layers of the woods Additional themes include human impact and respect for our natural world.

  9. says:

    One Day in the Woods by Jean Craighead George, illustrated by Gary Allen is an illustrated book about a girl who spends the day in the woods looking for an ovenbird.Allen s black and white illustrations are detailed and show the variety of wildlife observed Animals pictured include squirrels, screech owl, flying squirrel, raccoon, gypsy moth, robin, cardinal, towhee, Cooper s hawk, chipmunk, wood duck, deer fawn, skunk, porcupine, and ovenbird My favorite images are cover, title page, ow One Day in the Woods by Jean Craighead George, illustrated by Gary Allen is an illustrated book about a girl who spends the day in the woods looking for an ovenbird.Allen s black and white illustrations are detailed and show the variety of wildlife observed Animals pictured include squirrels, screech owl, flying squirrel, raccoon, gypsy moth, robin, cardinal, towhee, Cooper s hawk, chipmunk, wood duck, deer fawn, skunk, porcupine, and ovenbird My favorite images are cover, title page, owl, hawk chipmunk, and skunk.This would best be used for elementary age children George s text describes the woods and animals well, though she has a tendency to add many details and explanations that would overwhelm younger children This could be ussed in an ecosystems or ecology unit, and could be used for younger children if read alou...

  10. says:

    With Lanie This one will probably only work well as a read aloud There isn t much of a plot, but there is very descriptive language and tons of great vocabulary describing the woods and the animals in it It was good to see Lanie soaking all the words in, but I m not su...

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