Sally M. Walker is an American writer of nonfiction for children.
Sally M. She is best known for writing about scientific subject matter such as Fossil Fish Found Alive: Discovering the Coelacanth (2005) or Written in Bone: Buried Lives of Jamestown and Colonial Maryland (2009). Additionally Walker is known for books written in both Spanish and English (bilingual books) as seen in La Luz/Light (2007) and La city (2007).
Sally Walker is the author of "Written in ""Bone", " ""Fossil Fish Found Alive", and "Secrets of a Civil War Submarine", which was awarded a Sibert Medal. She lives in Illinois. Age Range: 8 - 11 years. Grade Level: 3 - 6. Lexile Measure: 950L (What's this?)
Sally M. Walker has written science books for children, including Earthquakes, an NSTA/CBC Best Science Trade Book of 1997. She lives in DeKalb, IL. Books by Sally M. Walker. Mor. rivia About Manatees.
Describes the physical characteristics, behavior, life cycle, and endangered status of rays
With flat wing-like fins, tails, eyes on the top of their heads, and spiny bodies, rays are truly unique fish. Although there are many kinds of rays, most people think of stingrays when they hear the name. Find how these graceful fish live and grow.
Rhinos (Nature Watch). Publisher: Carolrhoda Books, 1996.
Walker is a literature consultant and an author of nonfiction juvenile literature
Walker is a literature consultant and an author of nonfiction juvenile literature. Hunter (On My Own Biographies) (2000) Manatees (Nature Watch) (1999) Dolphins (Nature Watch) (1999) Sea Horses (Nature Watch) (1998) The 18 Penny Goose (An I Can Read Book) (1998) Hippos (Nature Watch) (1997) Opossum at Sycamore Road, Micro Book. Walker is an American writer of nonfiction for children
Sally M. Additionally Walker is known for books written in both Spanish and English (bilingual books) as seen in La Luz/Light (2007) and La city (2007) Contents.
Nature Watch Series (Grades 3-7) . excellent title for young naturalists in both school and public libraries. Walker's Seahorses does the best job of capturing the essence of this unusual creature.
Nature Watch Series (Grades 3-7): "With straightforward text and lots of excellent, well-chosen pictures of hippos in the wild, this entry in the Nature Watch Book series lives up to the high standards of previous volumes. A worthwhile purchase that will attract both animal lovers and report writers. Well organized, this title includes some information about these curious beasts that is not offered elsewhere. School Library Journal.
Given the immense appeal of endangered wildlife, this latest addition to the Nature Watch series should be welcomed in most libraries
Given the immense appeal of endangered wildlife, this latest addition to the Nature Watch series should be welcomed in most libraries.