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Cynthia Argentine spent much of her childhood in a canoe or sailboat, exploring the creek behind her house in Virginia. There were plenty of changes in nature to observe--from the wind and weather to the tides and trees. Night Becomes Day: Changes in Nature draws upon some of her experiences. With a background in English and environmental science, Cynthia enjoys writing about nature, science, technology, and the arts.

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Night Becomes Day: Changes in Nature

Change can be small or big, slow or quick. Ocean waves shift beaches, rivers carve canyons. A pumpkin tendril reaches skyward, an acorn cracks open and sends down a root.


Lyrical text and stunning photographs invite readers to explore the transformative power of nature all around us. 


Great for grades K-3. Details in the back matter delve deeper into the science of change.

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