Camp Panda: Helping Cubs Return to the Wild

Camp Panda: Helping Cubs Return to the Wild
Thimmesh, Catherine

Robert F. Sibert Honor Award winner "Complementing Thimmesh's thoughtful, engagingly written text are many arrestingly adorable color photographs of pandas in training and in the wild. A timely, uplifting story." -- Kirkus, starred review From the Sibert medal-winning author of TEAM MOON and the bestselling GIRLS THINK OF EVERYTHING comes a riveting, timely account of panda conservation efforts in China, perfect for budding environmentalists and activists. Roughly a thousand years ago, an estimated 23,000 pandas roamed wild and free through their native China. But within the past forty years, more than fifty percent of the panda's already shrinking habitat has been destroyed by humans, leaving the beautiful and beloved giant panda vulnerable to extinction. Despite the seemingly insurmountable odds--poaching, habitat destruction, pollution, human overpopulation, and global climate change--the panda is making a comeback.How? By humans teaching baby pandas how to be wild and stay wild. Chicago Public Library Best of 2018 Kirkus Best Book of 2018 Junior Library Guild Selection

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J599.789 T4433c
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