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About Gail Langer Karwoski. Curiosity inspires her choice of topics and research helps her books grow. Her titles have won lots of awards and are enjoyed in classrooms around the country. She lives near Athens, Georgia, with her university-professor husband and 3 bossy cats. Gail has 2 grownup daughters and the cutest granddaughters on Planet Earth. Other books in the series.
Fresh Water 1 - 10 of 11 books. Books by Gail Langer Karwoski.
Trivia About River Beds: They dove into foamy aquamarine waves in the Pacific Ocean and dug into crumbly turquoise deposits in the Southwestern desert. Can you hear it blow water out of its blowhole? In addition to illustrating Ready, Set, Wait! Gail lives near the University of Georgia with her husband, two daughters, and three bossy cats. In addition to illustrating River Beds: Click, click, click, click….
Help, my shoe is stuck in the mud! Here we are at the river bank.
See the reflection of the moon gleaming on the water? Toss your stuff in the boat. Help me pull our boat over the rocks.
Slide the boat into the river. Grab your oars and row. Our oarlocks must be rusty! Hear the water lapping against the shore? Turn off your flashlight so we can see how dark it is.
Oh, no — a mosquito! No, that was too big for a fish! Turn on your flashlight. We really need to oil these oarlocks.
See — over there on the river bank? Otter pups are slipping and sliding down their mudslide. Listen, do you hear the capybara? Quick — look out there! Did you see the pink shape? That was a freshwater dolphin coming up for air.
Can you hear it blow water out of its blowhole? We have a long way to go before we get to Europe. Click, click, click, click…. Oh, no, the battery must be dead. The batteries are completely dead.
But with the moon reflecting off the snow, I can see a mink running along the bank of the Danube River. Listen to the sound of his feet on the icy shore. Better wrap your blanket around your shoulders. My fingers are ice-cold. Feel the hot air over the Nile River. Those big gray things are the backs of sleeping hippos.
Editorial Reviews. From Booklist. Some mammals burrow into the earth to sleep, but others Look inside this book. River Beds: Sleeping in the World's Rivers by [Langer Karwoski, Gail]. River Beds: Sleeping in the World's Rivers [Gail Langer Karwoski, Connie McLennan] on uzotoqadoh.tk *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. This sequel to the.
And we just woke them up. Oh, my - hippos have gigantic mouths! Would you look at the size of those teeth. Past the icy Danube River. Past the mink running along the icy shore. Past the freshwater dolphin. Past the contented capybara.