Ubiquitous: Celebrating Nature’s Survivors by Joyce Sidman

Today's featured review comes courtesy of Wild Rose Reader's Elaine Magliaro, Round I Poetry panelist and children's poet in her own right. And the review is rather special, since the Cybils finalist author in question is Joyce Sidman–not only is she a past Cybils winner, she's got two–count 'em, TWO–titles on the finalist list this year.

Ubiquitous Way back in the spring, Elaine took a look at Ubiquitous: Celebrating Nature's Survivors, written by Joyce Sidman and illustrated by Beckie Prange. The book takes a look at nature and science through the eyes of Sidman's poetry, bringing to life some different types of animals that survive under extreme conditions. In her review, Elaine says:

Sidman’s poetry about the beginnings of life on Earth…about plants and animals that are survivors who exist here today…both enlightens and engages the reader. It speaks to the wonder of it all.

Read the full review here.