On the Wings of Wonder—The Story of John James Audubon

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Level 7

Take a journey through nature with John James Audubon, the man whose love of birds led to the creation of the National Audubon Society. From his childhood in the tropical forests of Haiti to his travels along America's Mississippi River, Audubon was inspired by the beauty of the natural world. Climb with him up a mountain to find an eagle and descend into mosquito-filled marshes in search of herons while exploring stunning recreations of Audubon's work.

  • 38 pages
  • full-color photos and illustrations
  • paperback, perfect bound, 8.5"x5.5"

On the Wings of Wonder—The Story of John James Audubon replaces The Story of John J. Audubon and is recommended to accompany the Birds science unit and expand learning for older students.