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  • Author:
    Judy; Johnston Ginny Cutchins
  • ISBN:
    0688038808
  • ISBN13:
    978-0688038809
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    William Morrow; First Printing edition (September 1984)
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Are Those Animals Real? book. Judy Cutchins, Ginny Johnston.

Are Those Animals Real? book.

An introduction to the methods and materials museum artists use to prepare animals for display in dioramas and exhibits.

book by Judy Cutchins. An introduction to the methods and materials museum artists use to prepare animals for display in dioramas and exhibits.

How Museums Prepare Wildlife Exhibits. by Judy Cutchins and Ginny Johnston.

Are those animals real? by. Judy Cutchins. Taxidermy - Juvenile literature. Zoological models - Juvenile literature. Zoological specimens - Collection and preservation - Juvenile literature. Museum techniques - Juvenile literature. Books for People with Print Disabilities. Internet Archive Books. Uploaded by Lotu Tii on December 4, 2012.

Kids Animals & Nature History. To read this book, upload an EPUB or FB2 file to Bookmate.

Judy Cutchins is the author of numerous award-winning science books. In both 1991 and 2001, she was honored as Georgia Author of the Year in Juvenile and Young Adult Nonfiction. She has specialist degrees in elementary education and more than 25 years of experience as a writer and educator at Fernbank Science Center in Atlanta, Georgia. Ginny Johnston is the author of numerous award-winning science books. In both 1991 and 2001, she was honored as Georgia Author of the Year in Juvenile and Young Adult Nonfiction

Judy Cutchins and Ginny Johnston

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The attraction of Cutchins and Johnston's book is, first, in the variety of examples they present: a gorilla .

The attraction of Cutchins and Johnston's book is, first, in the variety of examples they present: a gorilla replicated by taxidermy, three extinct perigrine falcon chicks retrieved from an alcohol jar (and mounted, amazingly, with a mother peregrine found in another jar), a rubber snake made from a plastic mold, a shark replica of fiberglass, a moth treated with preservative, a tarantula encased in plastic, a dinosaur skeleton replica. In each instance, moreover, photos were taken throughout the process-some by Cutchins, some by others-so the steps can be closely followed.

Ginny Johnston and Judy Cutchins's Slippery Babies (Morrow, 1991) and D. M. Souza's What Bit Me? (Carolrhoda, 1991) provide more detailed information on the characteristics of some of these animals

Ginny Johnston and Judy Cutchins's Slippery Babies (Morrow, 1991) and D. Souza's What Bit Me? (Carolrhoda, 1991) provide more detailed information on the characteristics of some of these animals.

by Judy Cutchins, Ginny Johnston. series Southern Fossil Discoveries. Books related to Ice Age Giants of the South. Lizards For Kids: Amazing Animal Books for Young Readers. The Everything Kids' Nature Book.

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