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Who really killed Cock Robin?
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Edition description:
New ed. of "Who really killed Cock Robin?".
Publisher: For ages 8-12..
Date: 1991.
Place: New York, NY
Edition description:
For ages 8-12.
Identifiers:
ISBN 10: 0060219807

Number of pages: 160
Language: English


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Ecology > Fiction, Environmental Protection > Fiction,

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Eighth-grader Tony Isidoro follows a trail of environmental clues to try and figure out what ecological imbalances might have caused the death of the town's best-known robin.

More about the author(s):

Jean Craighead George was born in 2 July 1919
Jean Craighead was born in Washington. Her parents and extended family were naturalists, and she spent weekends during her childhood camping out in the woods, studying nature, foraging, and fishing. Her first pet was a turkey vulture. In 1940, George graduated from Pennsylvania State University with degrees in both English and Science. She became a reporter for The Washington Post and was a member of the White House Press Corps. In 1944 she married John Lothur George, and began writing novels with him which she illustrated. She divorced in 1963. In 1960 she received a Newbery Honor for *My Side of the Mountain*. In 1969, she went to work for *Readers Digest* as a writer and editor. She has written over 100 books.

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