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Meet Edna, a Hemlock-eating North American albino porcupine who works at the Center for Wildlife in Cape Neddick, Maine. Children of all ages will love reading Edna’s story while they learn about the habits and habitats of the North American porcupine. Edna’s touching story is told with humor and compassion through the words and illustrations of the students in the York, Maine schools. The story includes fascinating facts about North American porcupines, some tips for approaching and rescuing animals in the wild, and Edna’s own story of her separation from her mother and the new friends she makes at the Center for Wildlife – and in classrooms all across the United States. The book closes with fascinating porcupine facts and with a reflection of what wildlife and humans can learn from each other.
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