Las huellas de un panda
High on a mist-wrapped mountain, a mother panda cradles her newborn, pink and impossibly small. The bamboo patch they need for food is dying, and as soon as her baby is old enough, they must seek a new home, sleeping in trees and swimming across icy streams along the way. Nick Dowson’s lyrical text, interspersed with intriguing facts, follows one of nature’s most magnificent — and endangered — species on its search for a safe habitat, while Yu Rong’s expressive, delicate brushwork brings these legendary creatures to life. Back matter includes a note about pandas and an index.
Other Details —
- Outstanding Science Trade Book for Students K–12 (National Science Teachers Association and Children’s Book Council)
- American Library Association Notable Children’s Book
- Chicago Public Library Best of the Best
- Patricia Gallagher Picture Book Award (Oregon Reading Association)