Hi you all, lately, you have probably seen a large number of books on specific animal species showing up on the new list with (Nature's Children) after them. It is a series my library has and personally they are great books full of good descriptions of particular animals. Anyway, there are 121 books in the series, and I am wondering, if any of the below, peak your interest that I haven't touched yet? I am always looking for suggestions and ideas of which ones I should request next. All of them are usually about 50 pages, so fairly quick to scan and edit. Let me know. o.k.? Complete List of Nature's Children books * means that it is in the collection = means I am scanning it and have it in my possession. Ants Bees Bighorn Sheep Caribou Cougars Coyote = Eagles Elk Frogs =Grouse =Hawks Lizards Mice Monarch Butterfly *Pelicans Prairie Dogs Seals Snakes Squirrels Walrus Lynx =Mallard Ducks Moose Moths Mountain Goats Muskrats *Opossum =Owls Parrots Polar Bears P*orcupines Pronghorns Rabbits Raccoons Red Fox River Otters Salmon Sea Lions *Skunks Spiders Turtles Buffalo =Cats *Cows *Donkeys *Farm Birds *Goats Goldfish Guinea Pigs Hamsters Horses Parakeets =Pet Dogs =Pet Parrots Pet Rabbits Pet Reptiles *Pigs Sea Mammals *Sheep Tropical Fish *Working Dogs *Working Elephants Bats Beavers Bison Black Bears *Canada Goose *Chipmunks Deer *Downy Woodpecker Grizzly Bears *Gulls *Hummingbirds *Loons Musk Ox =Puffins Salamanders Sharks Weasels Whales Wild Horses Wolves *Woodchucks Cheetahs Chimpanzees Crocodiles Elephants *Flamingos Gazelles Giraffes Gorillas Hippopotamus Kangaroos Koalas Leopards Lions Old World Monkeys Orangutans =Ostriches Pandas =Penguins Rhinoceros Tigers *Zebras Anteaters *Birds of Paradise Camels *Cockroaches *Crabs *Crows Dolphins Dragonflies Dugongs *Hornbills Jellyfish *Komodo Dragons Lemurs Orcas =Serval Cats Squids Stick Insects =Toucans Tunas Wasps worms *Albatrosses Baboons Beetles *Boobies Butterflies Grasshoppers Iguanas Jaguars New World Monkeys *Parrotfish Pikas *Platypus Rats Rattlesnakes Rays Scorpions Sea Otters Toads *Turkeys Wild Dogs =Woodpeckers Shelley L. Rhodes M.A., VRT, CTVI and Guinevere, Golden lady Guide juddysbuddy@xxxxxxxxxxxx Guide Dogs For the Blind Inc. Graduate Alumni Association Board www.guidedogs.com More than Any other time, When I hold a beloved book in my hand, my limitations fall from me, my spirit is free. - Helen Keller Shelley L. Rhodes To unsubscribe from this list, send a blank Email to bookshare-discuss-request@xxxxxxxxxxxxx Put the word 'unsubscribe' by itself in the Subject line. To get a list of available commands, put the word 'help' by itself in the subject line.