A fascinating look at the dangers sea turtles face and the role that humans have in helping with wildlife and ocean conservation. In this re-illustrated edition of the previously published text, author April Pulley Sayre introduces readers to the life of a sea turtle. From the tiny hatchlings being born on the shores of Florida to the turtles making their way through the sea to their journey back to lay eggs of their own years later, the reader sees the dangers that turtles must face and how humans can help. Backmatter includes Information on sea turtle conservation efforts and the seven species of sea turtles. A great introduction to ocean life cycles as well as a perfect resource for building awareness about environmental and nature conservation in and outside of the classroom.
April Pulley Sayre is an award-winning author of more than fifty-five natural history books for children and adults, including Raindrops Roll; Best in Snow; Full of Fall; Rah, Rah, Radishes!; Go, Go, Grapes!; Let’s Go Nuts!; Warbler Wave; Bloom Boom!; Being Frog; and Feel the Fog. April and her husband, native plants expert Jeff Sayre, love science and adventure. Visit her at AprilSayre.com.