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The frog scientist / Pamela S. Turner ; photographs by Andy Comins.

By: Turner, Pamela S [author.].
Contributor(s): Comins, Andy [illustrator.].
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookSeries: Scientists in the field: Publisher: Boston : New York : Houghton Mifflin Books for Children, 2009Description: 58 pages : color illustrations ; 24 x 29 cm.Content type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 9780618717163; 0618717161; 0547576986; 9780547576985; 9781613833827; 1613833822.Subject(s): Hayes, Tyrone -- Juvenile literature | Hayes, Tyrone | Hayes, Tyrone | Hayes, Tyrone | Frogs -- Effect of pesticides on -- Juvenile literature | Atrazine -- Physiological effect -- Juvenile literature | Scientists, Black -- Juvenile literature | Frogs -- Effect of pesticides on | Atrazine -- Physiological effect | Frogs | Pesticides -- Physiological effect | Atrazine -- Physiological effect | Atrazine -- Physiological effect | Scientists, Black | JUVENILE NON-FICTION. 2. FROGSGenre/Form: Juvenile works.DDC classification: 597.8/917279
Contents:
Frog squad -- Frog kid -- Fragile frogs -- Amphibian ark -- Follow the water -- Tyrone's question -- Nature's answer -- Independence, persistence, prudence ... and balance -- Glossary -- Featured frogs and toads -- Helping frogs in your community -- Websites -- Of special interest to educators -- Multimedia -- Selected scientific bibliography -- Acknowledgments -- Index.
A Junior Library Guild selectionSummary: Tyrone Hayes works to discover the effects pesticides have on frogs and, in turn, us.Summary: "In Pamela S. Turner's The Frog Scientist, readers will join Tyrone and his students as they work in the field and in a lab filled with frogs of all shapes and sizes (and with unique personalities, too!). Stunning photographs by Andy Cormins abound as readers follow the step-by-step progress of a scientific experiment (and discover that firm answers to complex questions aren't easy to come by). The Frog Scientist is a story of one man's commitment to frogs -- and to the health of our environment."--Jacket.
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A Junior Library Guild selection

Tyrone Hayes works to discover the effects pesticides have on frogs and, in turn, us.

Includes bibliographical references (pages 54-55) and index.

Frog squad -- Frog kid -- Fragile frogs -- Amphibian ark -- Follow the water -- Tyrone's question -- Nature's answer -- Independence, persistence, prudence ... and balance -- Glossary -- Featured frogs and toads -- Helping frogs in your community -- Websites -- Of special interest to educators -- Multimedia -- Selected scientific bibliography -- Acknowledgments -- Index.

"In Pamela S. Turner's The Frog Scientist, readers will join Tyrone and his students as they work in the field and in a lab filled with frogs of all shapes and sizes (and with unique personalities, too!). Stunning photographs by Andy Cormins abound as readers follow the step-by-step progress of a scientific experiment (and discover that firm answers to complex questions aren't easy to come by). The Frog Scientist is a story of one man's commitment to frogs -- and to the health of our environment."--Jacket.

AR 6.3 1.0.

Accelerated Reader Grades 5-8 6.3 1 Quiz 131142 English non-fiction.

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