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Dan Bortolotti is a writer and editor whose work has appeared in many magazines, including Equinox, Canadian Geographic, and OWL. He is the author of Exploring Saturn.
Loads of neat stuff about these amazing animals, why they are endangered, and the cool things people do to try to save them.--Pippa Wysong"Toronto Star" (01/11/2004) Award winning... With beautiful photography and inspiring examples of individuals passionately devoted to wildlife conservation, these are excellent resource for the classroom or school library.-- (12/01/2006) Excellent... educates young readers about the animal and the challenges it faces in the fight for survival.-- (11/30/2003) Exceptionally readable.--Edmonton Sun (12/04/2003) Challenges readers to learn more and offer support through international conservation organizations... Recommended.-- (11/03/2003) [review of series: ] Anyone interested in learning more about endangered animals will find these books fascinating... This series will make a strong addition to any school library.-- (01/01/2006) Primary research, lively writing, and dramatic use of color photographs... easygoing layout will attract reluctant readers while the intelligent approach will keep them reading.-- (03/01/2004) An engaging writing style accompanied by stunning full-color photographs will hold readers' interest... fascinating readable accounts.-- (05/01/2004) Bortolotti... knows how to catch and hold an audience while providing top-quality information. The photos are terrific... the writing is lively and direct.-- (12/01/2003) Full of facts, photos and accessible information.--BC Parent (04/01/2004) Fascinating conservation issues... layout of the books is very strongly done, making them easy to use... subject matter is intellectually exciting.-- (01/31/2004) Designed to appeal even to a child who is "not a reader." Yet they are comprehensive enough to provide a good overview for an adult... a balanced exploration of the complex issues involved in the conservation effort.-- (01/01/2004) Engaging text, stunning photographs... The text is clear, relatively easy to read and gives very good depth without being ponderous... highly recommended.-- (02/01/2004) Filled with spectacular photos, informative maps and charts and up-to-the minute information... manages to convey hope, while being honest with young readers.-- (12/01/2003) Succinct introductions to the science and practice of wildlife conservation... written in accessible, lively language and nicely illustrated with exciting color photos, these will be useful for reports and browsing.-- (01/01/2004)