The Eco-Diary Of Kiran Singer

The Eco Diary Of Kiran Singer The Camosun Bog has existed for years but like wetlands everywhere it has been encroached on by an expanding urban landscape In The Eco Diary of Kiran Singer Sue Ann Alderson chronicles one c

  • Title: The Eco-Diary Of Kiran Singer
  • Author: Sue Ann Alderson
  • ISBN: 9781896580470
  • Page: 285
  • Format: Hardcover
  • The Camosun Bog has existed for 2000 years, but, like wetlands everywhere, it has been encroached on by an expanding urban landscape In The Eco Diary of Kiran Singer, Sue Ann Alderson chronicles one child s encounter with the bog and the Crazy Boggers who are working to protect and restore it Full of humor and gentle irony, this is an intimate, child s eye view of the naThe Camosun Bog has existed for 2000 years, but, like wetlands everywhere, it has been encroached on by an expanding urban landscape In The Eco Diary of Kiran Singer, Sue Ann Alderson chronicles one child s encounter with the bog and the Crazy Boggers who are working to protect and restore it Full of humor and gentle irony, this is an intimate, child s eye view of the natural world The book is a warning but it is also a celebration of life and of our potential to make a difference.

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    1. Reviewed by JodiG. for TeensReadTooTHE ECO-DIARY OF KIRAN SINGER opens with letters between Kiran and her grandmother. Kiran's grandmother invites her to spend time with her on a conservation crew that is working to restore a bog. Along with the invitation, Kiran's grandmother sends her a birthday gift of a new journal. Kiran's five-day visit is told through a series of thirty-five poems written in her journal. The collection is organized by daily entries and each day has several poems. The new [...]

    2. Eco-Diary is a group of badly written poems about a particular bog in Canada interspersed with good illustrations - of really young looking children. The author works with a group in Canada to save the bog and the poems in the book are supposed to be a granddaughter's writings about a week spent helping with the bog. They describe the animals and plants in the bog and stories surrounding visits to the bog, other than that there is really no plot except that the girl is visiting and wants to help [...]

    3. Kiran Singer is worried. What can a kid do to help preserve the earth? Her grandmother introduces her to the wonders of Vancouver’s Camosun Bog. Richly illustrated by Millie Ballance, Sue Ann Alderson’s poems are a celebration of life and of our ability to make a difference. This book is a delightful read! I recommend the Eco- Diary to any parents wanting to spark their kids interests in the environment.

    4. My mommy wrote it- AND it has won awards AND its a great book. Just read it again with Henry the other day!

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