In the Woods: Who's Been Here? (Paperback)

In the Woods: Who's Been Here? By Lindsay Barrett George, Lindsay Barrett George (Illustrator) Cover Image

In the Woods: Who's Been Here? (Paperback)

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"An excellent introduction to classroom nature units and the perfect prelude to a walk in the woods." (Booklist)

Cammy and William don't see any wildlife as they walk through the woods, yet there are signs everywhere that animals have been around. Help these young nature lovers find the clues—an empty nest, a fallen branch with the bark gnawed off, bleached bones by a cave, and more—and join in guessing "Who's been here?"

In the Woods: Who's Been Here? is an NSTA Outstanding Science Trade Book for Children. Plus don't miss the companion books: In the Snow: Who's Been Here? and In the Garden: Who's Been Here?

Lindsay Barrett George is widely recognized for her striking illustrations of animals, birds, and fish in their habitats. She is the author-illustrator of Maggie’s Ball; Alfred Digs; The Secret; Inside Mouse, Outside Mouse; In the Garden: Who’s Been Here?; and four other Who’s Been Here? titles.

Lindsay Barrett George lives in northeastern Pennsylvania with her dog, two cats, and a very handsome duck.



Lindsay Barrett George is widely recognized for her striking illustrations of animals, birds, and fish in their habitats. She is the author-illustrator of Maggie’s Ball; Alfred Digs; The Secret; Inside Mouse, Outside Mouse; In the Garden: Who’s Been Here?; and four other Who’s Been Here? titles.

Lindsay Barrett George lives in northeastern Pennsylvania with her dog, two cats, and a very handsome duck.

Product Details ISBN: 9780688161637
ISBN-10: 0688161634
Publisher: Greenwillow Books
Publication Date: October 19th, 1998
Pages: 48
Language: English

"An excellent introduction to classroom nature units and the perfect prelude to a walk in the woods." — Booklist

"Large, brilliant, lifelike illustrations provide the pleasure of a game while giving youngsters the enjoyment of a nature walk. Cammy and William explore the woods on an autumn afternoon and on successive pages notice such things as an empty nest, a gnawed branch, feathers, and bones. Each observation prompts the question, 'Who's been here?' Turning the page reveals the answer in both a closeup double-page spread and descriptive text....An ideal title for primary-grade nature study." — School Library Journal