Presents the story of a sister and brother bat from infancy through adulthood.
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Pippa and her brother Click were born early in the summer in the rafters of an old red barn. They are part of a colony of big brown bats, which are common over much of North America. Beautifully illustrated with detailed drawings of the characters, the story tells of Pippa's hurdles and accomplishments as she learns to communicate, to fly using echolocation, and to feed and take care of herself. Pippa and the other young bats explore the world around them and even learn through challenging encounters with people, including two children who live on the farm. Based on the real lives of big brown bats, Pippa's First Summer provides an opportunity for readers to understand and appreciate these common nighttime neighbors.About the Author:
Catherine Badgley earned her bachelor's degree in geology from Radcliffe College (Harvard University) and her PhD in biology from Yale University. She works as a research scientist in the Museum of Paleontology at the University of Michigan.
Bonnie Miljour earned her BFA and MFA in watercolor painting and has exhibited and sold her artwork locally and regionally for many years. She is employed as a scientific illustrator in the Museum of Paleontology at the University of Michigan, where she makes carefully observed, realistic drawings of fossils for publication. Through her museum interests, she has had contact with numerouse big brown bats, giving her a special opportunity to observe and sketch their unique habits and activities.
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Book Description Ann Arbor Media Group, 2005. Hardcover. Book Condition: New. Never used!. Bookseller Inventory # P111587262819
Book Description Mitten Pr, 2005. Hardcover. Book Condition: New. book. Bookseller Inventory # M1587262819