Pictures, rhymes, and prose describe many aspects of opossum life.
Simple, interesting text and beautiful color pictures describe many giants who have lived or still live in the sea.
Thirteen animals are presented, with descriptions of their “crimes” and information about how to deal with them.
This series describes quite a series of animals that the Campbells adopted or became friends with over a period of several years, mostly on their island sanctuary in Wisconsin but also in other parts of the country as they traveled around taking pictures.
Sam and Giny make new animal friends when they come across a doe and her twin fawns, and then go to Hawaii, where they spend time with old friends and new.
Throughout one summer, Sam and Giny befriend and study the raccoons around their Sanctuary, and enjoy the hilarious antics of young Loony Coon.
When Sam and Giny make plans to go west to Grand Canyon for the summer, they have a problem knowing what to do with the baby animals they have taken in.
A naturalist and his wife, and some friends, spend a summer camping on a remote, unspoiled lake in Canada.
Will the old canoe hold up for one more trip into the wilderness as three nature-lovers search for the perfect place to study wild animals?
A naturalist tells the story of a set of baby squirrels he, his wife, and a young soldier friend raised, and how the squirrels helped provide therapy to the soldier later.