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Takaya's Legacy

Created by hgdistribution
  • Age: 3 to 8
  • Grade: p to 3
tagged: coastal wolf, takaya, wolves, photography
The remarkable story of Vancouver Island’s lone wolf, Takaya, is told in a lyrical picture book for infants, a beautiful picture book for young readers, and a stunning coffee table photography book for all ages.

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Good Morning, Takaya

by Cheryl Alexander & Alex Van Tol
edition: Hardcover
also available: Paperback eBook
  • age: 0 to 3
  • Grade: p
tagged: wolves & coyotes, environmental conservation & protection, environmental science & ecosystems

The remarkable story of Vancouver Island's lone wolf, Takaya, is told in this charming, lyrical picture book for infants.

Takaya, the lone wolf, wakes up on a quiet bluff and sets out to discover the calm, gentle beauty of his coastal home. Encountering a variety of colours and other wildlife, and witnessing the beauty of the natural world, Takaya s …

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Takaya's Journey

by Cheryl Alexander & Jenaya Copithorne
edition: Hardcover
also available: eBook Paperback
  • age: 6 to 8
  • Grade: 1 to 3
tagged: wolves & coyotes, environmental science & ecosystems, environmental conservation & protection

Takaya's Journey introduces young children to Takaya, the lone wolf.

Using beautiful photography and charming, accessible text, Cheryl Alexander and Jenaya Copithorne take elementary school readers into Takaya's world. Along the way many questions are answered:

Who is Takaya?Where did Takaya come from?What does Takaya need?What is Takaya's home like? …

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Takaya

Lone Wolf

by Cheryl Alexander, foreword by Carl Safina
edition: Paperback
also available: eBook
tagged: wolves, plants & animals, environmental conservation & protection

An enchanting and evocative look at the unique relationship between a solitary, island-dwelling wolf and a renowned wildlife photographer.

A lone wild wolf lives on a small group of uninhabited islands in British Columbia’s Salish Sea, surrounded by freighter, oil tanker and other boat traffic and in close proximity to a large urban area. His name …

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