2 edition of Watchers at the pond. found in the catalog.
Watchers at the pond.
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I first read Watchers at the Pond about 40 years ago. I was impressed by how real the pond became for me. The life and death struggle wasn't glossed over, it was just part of the wonderful reality of survival at the pond.
This book is an out of print bargain that you can share with older kids while enjoying it yourself/5(19). Watchers at the Pond book. Read 12 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. The life of a pond and its inhabitants.
A key conservationist /5. It's a wey commentary on fiction today that the best prose style in many a moon should be found in naturalist. Franklin Russell's Watchers At The Pond. This is a beautiful, almost magical achievement, amazingly well sustained, shedding a shimmering light on the world of the woodland, its creatures, its seasons and laws.
Surely destined to be a classic, skin to the quiet genius of Thorcau, if. I first read Watchers at the Pond about 40 years ago. I was impressed by how real the pond became for me.
The life and death struggle wasn't glossed over, it was just part of the wonderful reality of survival at the pond. This book is an out of print bargain that you can share with older kids while enjoying it yourself/5(22).
Additional Physical Format: Online version: Russell, Franklin, Watchers at the pond. Boston: D.R. Godine,© (OCoLC) Document Type. Recently I read a book called “Watchers At the Pond” by Franklin Russell.
The author observed a pond from one winter through the seasons to the next winter in the book. Russell was a single watcher. So why is it watchers in the title. The descriptive prose describing the pond, the days and events sometimes borders on poetic.
Watchers At The Pond: RUSSELL, FRANKLIN: Books - Skip to main content. Try Prime EN Hello, Sign in Account & Lists Sign in Account & Lists Returns & Orders Try Prime Cart. Books Go Search Hello Select your address /5(14).
Additional Physical Format: Online version: Russell, Franklin, Watchers at the pond. New York: Time,  c (OCoLC) Document Type. Watchers At The Pond - Editorial But it is peaceful at the pond early in the morning, and we think about how the wildlife around us is oblivious to the virus.
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