Will We Miss Them?: Endangered Species (Reading Rainbow Books) Reviews

UPDATE TIME: 2018-04-26 
Review Score: 5 out of 5 star From 10 user ratings

" Just saw this on Reading Rainbow and the illustrations looked wonderful. " said.

" I haven't actually read this, but I'll bet if you open it the answer is "no" we wont and then it goes on to talk about an altenate world where we rely on robots and vampires for meeting all of the needs of our ecosystem.I bet that! " said.

" While this is an older title, its full-page illustrations remain bright, colorful, and appealing, and the subject matter is still relevant (unfortunately).I was pleased that the text didn’t shy away from citing hunting and the fur trade as threats to endangered animals. Bluster from the trophy hunting fraternity and fur industry have caused some more modern authors to tiptoe around this (taxidermy) elephant in the room. " said.

" This book has different endangered species on each page with a short bit of info about their lives and reasons they are declining. The species information is a little outdated since the book was published in 1992, but it is a good starting point for kids. The pictures are okay and the end message that species should be saved because they are part of a big web of life is a good one. " said.

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