Book: Little Miss HISTORY Travel to SEQUOIA National Park (Volume 3) by Barbara Ann Mojica
categories: Book, American History, National Parks, Nonfiction, Picture Book, Travel, Sequoia, Fdr, Redwoods, Eisenhower, William Sherman, Hale Dixon Tharp, Lodgepole, Children's Book
Barbara Ann Mojica about this book: Are you ready for another thrilling adventure? The Little Miss HISTORY series is a nonfiction picture book, history/travel series written with the intention of making learning fun for children and adults alike. In the third book of this series, this wannabe Park Ranger with pigtails and hiking boots three sizes too big skydives into SEQUOIA National Park. She will take you on a journey back in time to meet those who first settled in this wilderness. Through breathtaking illustrations and photographs, the reader will hike, horseback ride, and kayak through the park to view its wonders. Adventurers will encounter waterfalls, granite cliffs, giant trees, and geologic exhibits on their journey. More than three hundred species of wildlife abound in the park. Don't be surprised if you meet a cinnamon bear or a mountain lion! Little Miss will explain the differences between sequoia trees and redwood trees, how they grow, and why they are important. Discover why the General Grant tree is called a "living memorial." Despite the natural beauty of this park, readers will discover a deadly danger lurking within.
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