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  • Rocky Mountain

    Jennifer Zeiger

    Paperback (Children's Press, Sept. 1, 2017)
    Home to tall mountain peaks, rushing rivers, gentle meadows, and other incredible landscapes, Rocky Mountain National Park draws millions of adventurers and sightseers from around the world.A True Book: National Parks series allows readers to experience spectacular vistas and natural landscapes, as well as interact with the rich tapestry of American History. This series includes an age appropriate (grades 3-5) introduction to curriculum-relevant subjects and a robust resource section that encourages independent study. Readers will get an up-close look at this beautiful park as they learn about its natural history and discover how it became a national park. They will also take a look at the local wildlife, find out what fun activities they can do at the park, and more.
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  • Rocky Mountain Elk

    Rebecca Sabelko

    Library Binding (Bellwether Media, Aug. 1, 2018)
    Its a deer! Its a moose! No its a Rocky Mountain elk. From alpine meadows to desert valleys, these giant herbivores migrate with the seasons. Males grow brand-new antlers each year, and elk fur even changes color in winter. Young naturalists will be enthralled with this informative title. ""On the Menu"" features visually depict what each animal eats. Range maps and conservation status bars show common locations of animals and their levels of risk of endangerment. Size comparison diagrams use scale and comparison to show size. Informational sidebars show basic anatomy of animals to help identification in the wild.
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  • Rocky Mountain Rescue

    Cynthia Griffith, Sarah Lowe

    eBook (, Sept. 13, 2014)
    School’s out in September when the teachers go on strike, so Kristi Cameron, her family and friends are off on an impromptu camping trip to Rocky Mountain National Park in Colorado! The beauty of God’s creation in the mountains, fields and forests is awesome, and being up close—sometimes too close—to the wild critters in the park is amazing! Kristi is troubled with thoughts of the mysterious little girl she encountered in Denver’s airport, however. Who is this tiny Patty-Cake, and why can’t she get her out of her mind? Hiking, camping and even a snowball fight in September serve as distractions but when events take a frightening turn, the situation goes from bad to worse to even worse. The teens must look to the Lord—and the unexpected “angel” He sends to help them.The Camerons have always called on the Lord in their times of trouble and one thing is for sure—they really love Him and they love others in His name! The stories in the Kristi Cameron series are fun and exciting—but they are encouraging, as well, and meant to inspire young people to know and walk with the Lord. Parents can expect good, wholesome literature in the Kristi Cameron series—upholding godly values without excessive violence, bad language, the occult, immoral conduct or disobedience to authority. Whether read alone or as a family, these books will uplift and nurture all.
  • The Rocky Mountains

    Herbert Spencer Zim

    Paperback (Golden Press, June 1, 1964)
    Concise introduction to the natural wonders, rocks, minerals, wildlife, plants, Indians, history, and recreation of the Rocky Mountain region
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  • The Rocky Mountains

    Marion Dane Bauer, John Wallace

    Paperback (Simon Spotlight, Oct. 1, 2006)
    The Rocky Mountains form the backbone of North America. They sure make a beautiful backbone! But how did they come to be and what animals call them home? Read on and find out.
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  • Rocky Mountain Babies!

    Bob Rozinsky

    Board book (Farcountry Press, Sept. 1, 2009)
    In this charming new series of board books, parents can introduce their young children to the adorable wild babies of the Rocky Mountains. Rhyming text accompanies the beautiful color photographs by respected wildlife photographers Wendy Shattil and Bob Rozinski. Features 13 baby animals: bighorn lamb, bobcat kitten, mountain lion cub, coyote pup, pika kit, raccoon cub, owlet, porcupette, fox kit, elk calf, mouse pup, coyote pup, white-tailed fawn, black bear cub. For more information please visit us at FarcountryPress.com!
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  • Rocky Mountain

    Jennifer Zeiger

    Library Binding (Children's Press, Sept. 1, 2017)
    Home to tall mountain peaks, rushing rivers, gentle meadows, and other incredible landscapes, Rocky Mountain National Park draws millions of adventurers and sightseers from around the world.A True Book: National Parks series allows readers to experience spectacular vistas and natural landscapes, as well as interact with the rich tapestry of American History. This series includes an age appropriate (grades 3-5) introduction to curriculum-relevant subjects and a robust resource section that encourages independent study. Readers will get an up-close look at this beautiful park as they learn about its natural history and discover how it became a national park. They will also take a look at the local wildlife, find out what fun activities they can do at the park, and more.
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  • Rocky Mountain ABCs

    Jocey Asnong

    Board book (Rocky Mountain Books, May 17, 2016)
    All aboard and come join children’s illustrator Jocey Asnong on a colorful adventure through the magical landscape of the Canadian Rockies!Featuring a fun selection of favorite mountain animals from Western North America, this lyrical alphabet board book teaches letter recognition to early readers and also showcases numerous internationally renowned landmarks throughout the Canadian Rocky Mountains. Go for a canoe ride at sunset on Lake Louise, climb high, snow-capped peaks with a mountain goat and learn to ski with an adventurous grizzly bear.Jocey’s vibrant illustrations and playful imagination bring the alphabet to life for young children in a little book that shares with everyone the love of being outdoors.
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  • Rocky Mountains

    Jan Mader

    Library Binding (Childrens Pr, March 1, 2004)
    An introduction to the Rocky Mountains, the largest mountain chain in North America.
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  • Rocky Mountain 123s

    Jocey Asnong

    Board book (Rocky Mountain Books, April 11, 2017)
    This lyrical story teaches number recognition and counting from 1 to 20 with the help of different alpine animals participating in a range of fun mountain activities. Watch three bears sliding down scree, six lynx practicing snowboard tricks and eight elk learning to skate.Jocey’s unique and imaginative illustrations continue to showcase iconic and recognizable mountain landmarks and regions in Western Canada including Takkakaw Falls, Lake Louise, Fernie, Maligne Canyon, Banff and Lake Louise. Rocky Mountain 123s is a playful adventure for everyone to enjoy.
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  • Rocky Mountain Kids

    Linda Goyette

    eBook (Brindle & Glass, Feb. 1, 2011)
    With careful research and imagination, author Linda Goyette has created a collection of 25 stories based on the true stories of named children of the past and present.Too often the youngest Canadians are erased from our historical memory. Rocky Mountain Kids provides firstperson creative non-fiction narratives from the region's children, many of whom went on to be influential adults. In the style of its successful predecessor, Kidmonton, these are lively and entertaining stories, but they don't flinch in their description of hardship and heroism. Balanced and well-researched, Goyette writes of First Nations, MĂ©tis, immigrant and settler children as well as contemporary kids of the Rockies, with informative postscript to help readers distinguish between the fact and the fiction. Against the timeless backdrop of the Rockies, we can all embrace a sense of childhood wonder.Please visit www.courageouskids.ca for more information on the whole Courageous Kids series.
  • Rocky Mountains

    Jan Mader

    Paperback (Childrens Pr, Aug. 1, 2004)
    An introduction to the Rocky Mountains, the largest mountain chain in North America.
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