Wild Animals of North America (Paperback)

By Karl Meyer (Text by)

Storey Publishing, LLC, 9781580176439, 64pp.

Publication Date: November 30, 2006

List Price: 9.95*
* Individual store prices may vary.


Kids will go wild for these 30 full-color, action-packed posters that show amazing animals in their natural habitats. Gray wolves and grizzlies catch dinner; bald eagles and polar bears spar for supremacy; and a caribou sheds the velvet on his antlers. In addition to stunning photography, each poster contains age-appropriate information describing the animal’s habits and living arrangements. Get up-close and personal with a diverse assortment of wild mammals, birds, and reptiles that live in North America’s beautiful and varied landscapes.

About the Author

Karl Meyer is a writer, radio naturalist, and teacher. He writes a biweekly newspaper column called The Wild Place, as well as articles for a variety of regional and national publications. He is the author of Storey's Wild Animals of North America, which received a 2008 Teachers' Choice Award for Children’s Books.

Praise For Wild Animals of North America

“This poster book is devoted to glossy, suitable-for-framing photos of animals in their native habitats. “Dancing” polar bears, a snowshoe hare and bats in a cave are just three of the 30 animals presented on heavy stock paper.  The back of each picture has information on the animal, its native region, what it eats and fun facts.”


-- Asbury Park Press, Jan. 29, 2007