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Tino the Tortoise

adventures in the Grand Canyon

by Carolyn L. Ahern

  • 245 Want to read
  • 22 Currently reading

Published .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Kaibab squirrel,
  • Turtles,
  • Kaibab squirrels,
  • Juvenile fiction,
  • Squirrels,
  • Fiction

  • Edition Notes

    Maps on endpapers.

    Statementwritten by Carolyn L. Ahern ; illustrated by Erik Brooks
    ContributionsBrooks, Erik, 1972- illustrator
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsPZ7.A268779 Tg 2015
    The Physical Object
    Pagination1 volume (unpaged) :
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL26456076M
    ISBN 101941821456
    ISBN 109781941821459
    LC Control Number2014034699
    OCLC/WorldCa890971650

    We also offer a variety of Tino Turtle Travels Accessories. Tino Turtle is a desert tortoise with a dream of traveling around the world. Each book in this award-winning children's book series takes the reader, along with Tino, to a famous city as Tino's Fairy God Turtle grants his wish. So goes the theme of Who Wants a Tortoise, a catchy picture book by Dave Keane. Illustrations by K.G. Campbell depict a little brunette, and establish her problem on the title page, where the girl reclines on a bone-shaped, furry rug reading My Puppy and Me!/5.

      The way the book is written provides understanding of different aspects or categories of tortoise/turtle care and it is as if the person is having a conversation with you. Easy to read with clear and precise sections. I would advice this book to anyone who isnt too sure about keeping chelonians or for those who are beginners/5(35). Timothy (c. – 3 April ) was a 5 kg (11 lb) Mediterranean spur-thighed tortoise who was thought to be approximately years old at the time of her death. This made her the UK's oldest known resident. In spite of her name, Timothy was female; it was not properly known how to sex tortoises in the 19th century. Timothy was named after a tortoise owned by Gilbert : c. , Turkey.

    Pet tortoise guide book available to help choose the right pet tortoise for you. Use our pet tortoise species guide book to provide tortoise species information. Tino Turtle, a desert tortoise with a dream of traveling the world, is brought to life by author Carolyn L. Ahern and illustrator Neallia Burt-Sullivan. Each book in this award-winning children’s book series takes the reader to a famous city as Tino’s Fairy God Turtle grants his .


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Tino the Tortoise by Carolyn L. Ahern Download PDF EPUB FB2

She adores her pet tortoise, Tino, and loves taking walks with her shih tzu, Penny. Erik Brooks is the author and illustrator of many books for children, including the Washington State Book Award winner, Polar Opposites and the CBC/IRA Children’s Choices Award winner, The Practically Perfect Pajamas.5/5(10).

Tino the Tortoise: Adventures in the Grand Canyon - Kindle edition by Ahern, Carolyn L, Brooks, Erik. Download it once and read it on your Kindle device, PC, phones or tablets. Use features like bookmarks, note taking and highlighting while reading Tino the Tortoise: Adventures in 5/5(10).

Join Tino the desert tortoise and Rudi the jumping Jeroba on their adventure through the Grand Canyon to help Penny, an endangered fuzzy-eared Kaibab squirrel.

They hop a train, ride a mule, hike a trail, discover fun facts about this amazing natural wonder, and meet the park animals who guide them on their journey. Tino the Tortoise. likes. Join Tino the desert tortoise and Rudi the jumping Jerboa in this new adventure series that visits our national parks.

A tortoise tourist and his desert-rodent buddy make their way to the Grand Canyon to exchange recipes in this travel adventure by debut author Ahern and veteran illustrator Brooks (Dog Diaries: Secret Writings of the WOOF Society,etc.).Tino the tortoise and Rudi the jerboa, who live in the Mojave Desert, decide to travel to Arizona’s Kaibab National Forest to present a new.

"Tino the Tortoise: Adventures in the Grand Canyon" is the first volume in a series that takes young readers to visit scenic sites at national parks. Tino the tortoise, a desert tortoise, is a friendly guide, with his friend Rudi, the jumping Jeroba (a desert kangaroo mouse), who begin a mission to help their friend Penny the Kaibab squirrel.

Tino the Tortoise. likes. Join Tino the desert tortoise and Rudi the jumping Jerboa in this new adventure series that visits our national ers: Tino and Rudi share a recipe for pine seeds with their new friend.

Choose a recipe, and write a story to go with it. How was the recipe invented. How was it shared. What history does it have. (-LITERACY.W) The first book in the Tino the Tortoise series. Read "Tino the Tortoise Adventures in the Grand Canyon" by Carolyn L.

Ahern available from Rakuten Kobo. Author and illustrator events and publicity. Targeted reviews in regional and national trade, nature, parenting and chil Brand: West Margin Press.

Young readers can join Tino the desert tortoise and Rudi the jumping Jerboa on their adventure through the Grand Canyon to help Penny, a fuzzy-eared Kaibab squirrel. They hop a train, ride a mule, hike a trail, discover fun facts about this amazing natural wonder, and meet the park animals who guide them on their journey.

Juvenile Fiction Picture Book Fiction Join Tino the desert tortoise and Rudi the jumping jerboa on their adventure through the Grand Canyon to help Penny, a fuzzy-eared Kaibab squirrel. Hop a train, ride a mule, hike a trail, discover fun facts about this amazing natural wonder, and meet the park animals who guide Tino and Rudi on their journey.

GRAND CANYON, Ariz. - Tino is a tortoise, a Mojave Desert Tortoise to be exact, and he's had more adventures than the average human being. Tino has been around the world, including France, England. Get this from a library.

Tino the Tortoise: adventures in the Grand Canyon. [Carolyn L Ahern; Erik Brooks] -- "Join Tino the desert tortoise and Rudi the jumping jerboa on their adventure through the Grand Canyon to help Penny, a fuzzy-eared Kaibab squirrel.

Hop a train, ride a mule, hike a trail, discover. This 48 page book is a compilation of the popular cartoon series from CTTC's Tortuga Gazette detailing the life of a captive tortoise and its foibles. Although anthropomorphic and not meant as "serious" reading, the work is designed to enhance the general public's understanding of the desert tortoise and is a fun and enjoyable book.

(MG). Follow Tino the Tortoise as he learns about the exciting natural history of the Grand Canyon in this first book in a new series based in the national parks. The character of Tino the Tortoise is based on the desert tortoise (Gopherus agassizii) of the Mojave Desert.

A tortoise is a land-dwelling turtle with a high domed shell and elephant hind. As an advocate of early childhood literacy, she has developed the character Tino Turtle, desert tortoise and adventure traveler. As the books came together so did Carolyn’s family. Owen and the Tortoise Owen and the Tortoise Owen and the Tortoise Owen and the Tortoise Owen and the Tortoise.

Realistic (fiction), words, Level N (Grade 2), Lexile L. Owen and the Tortoise is based on the true story of Owen, a baby hippopotamus who was in the river with his mother when a huge tsunami hit the coast of Africa. Follow Tino the Tortoise as he learns about the exciting natural history of the Grand Canyon in this first book in a new series based in the national parks.

The Tower, the Zoo, and the Tortoise SHOULD be a book full of rollicking British fun, with an ensemble of quirky characters who live in the Tower of London. Stuart clearly did her research on the Tower itself: anecdotes about the Tower's previous inhabitants and various facts are spread throughout the text/5.

You’re an author, honing your lonely craft at crowded coffeeshops and dusty desks. But you don’t mind the solitude, because you’re you've shelled out money for writing workshops or degrees, or maybe you’ve just read some great.

Tino’s adventures tell of a fun-filled journey, meeting animals, shapes, colors and sounds along the way. Specially developed for little ones, this app is a unique combination of story-telling and a funny peekaboo game designed to foster creativity and make the learning experience enjoyable.5/5(3).

This book, 'Keeping A Pet Tortoise' should help owners keep on the straight and narrow. Written by Andrew and Nadine Highfield it explains how to set up a home for the pet and keep in the best of health. --Pet GazetteA 'one-stop' source of advice and valuable guidance on all aspects of keeping a wide variety of tortoise species /5().Alex Poppe is the author of two books of fiction: Girl, World by Laughing Fire Press () and Moxie by Tortoise Books ().Girl, World was named a 35 Over 35 Debut Book Award winner, First Horizon Award finalist, Montaigne Medal finalist and was short-listed for the Eric Hoffer Grand Prize.

It was also awarded an Honorable Mention in General Fiction from the Eric .