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  • Author:
    Joanne Barkan
  • ISBN:
    0385419791
  • ISBN13:
    978-0385419796
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  • Publisher:
    Doubleday Books for Young Readers; First Edition edition (September 1, 1991)
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CREATURES THAT GLOW has been added to your Cart. Its pen-and-ink drawings, however, are less effective than the beautiful, glowing photographs included in the Barkan title, which will serve best as a browsing book and bedtime read-aloud.

CREATURES THAT GLOW has been added to your Cart. Twenty-five color photos, highlighted with photoluminescent ink, of fireflies, fish and other sea creatures, bacteria, and funguses that glow in the dark. So does the book-after each picture is exposed to light for several minutes.

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This book describes 18 bioluminescent organisms, and has a glow-in-the-dark picture on every page that shows the . This book can be fun for all ages, and is great for anyone interested in the begining fundamentals of bioluminescence.

This book describes 18 bioluminescent organisms, and has a glow-in-the-dark picture on every page that shows the reader what that us looks like in the dark. It provides just enough information to be educational AND interesting.

Creatures that glow by Joanne Barkan. 57. 9/125 20. Personal Name: Barkan, Joanne. Creatures that glow by Joanne Barkan. Download PDF book format. Choose file format of this book to download: pdf chm txt rtf doc. Download this format book. Book's title: Creatures that glow by Joanne Barkan. Library of Congress Control Number: 91007836.

What other amazing creatures glow in the dark? You’d be surprised. While there are plenty of glowing aquatic molluscs, there is only one snail on land known to produce light: the tropical species, Quantula striata. 10. The Land Snail, Quantula Striata. In fact, it is the only land gastropod (among thousands of snails and slugs) known to be bioluminescent. It is so elusive (as many snails are) that a picture in the dark could not be procured. The eggs have been observed as having globules that glow in the dark continuously. Juvenile and adult snails can produce short bursts of green light.

Biography and booking information for Joanne Barkan, Joanne Barkan writes on politics . A Very Scary Haunted House (Glows in the Dark).

Biography and booking information for Joanne Barkan, Joanne Barkan writes on politics and economics for adults; she also writes verse and fiction for young readers. Contact All American Speakers Bureau to inquire about speaking fees and availability, and book the best keynote speaker for your next event. HOW TO BOOK Joanne Barkan? Our booking agents have successfully helped clients around the world secure talent like Joanne Barkan for speaking engagements, personal appearances, product endorsements, or corporate entertainment for over 15 years.

BARKAN, JoanneBARKAN, Joanne. Also writes as J. B. Wright

BARKAN, JoanneBARKAN, Joanne. Wright. Genres: Children's fiction, Adult non-fiction. Firehouse, 1990; Whiskerville Post Office, 1990; Whiskerville School, 1990; Anna Marie's Blanket, 1990; Glow in the Dark Spooky House, 1990; Creatures That Glow, 1991; My Birthday Adventure with TeddyO (a d picture book), 1991; A Very Scary Haunted House, 1991; A Very Scary Jack O'Lantern, 1991; Easter Egg Fun, 1991; Easter Surprise, 1991; Where Do I Put My.

Joanne Barkan is the author of several Muppet children's books, including multiple Muppet Babies titles and the book adaptation of The Christmas Toy. Barkan's other children's books have starred Aladdin, Wishbone, and Santa Claus. When writing for adults, Barkan mostly focuses on political and economic issues, as in her 1986 book Visions of Emancipation: The Italian Workers' Movement Since 1945. Kermit's Mixed-Up Message (1987).

Introduces animals and plants that produce their own light, from sea pens and fireflies to mushrooms