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Back from the Brink: Saving Animals from Extinction

on August 31, 2019

Activists and animal-lovers alike will be inspired by this non-fiction resource about saving endangered species, complete with full color photography. This book discusses seven threatened species, the threats to their survival, and the ways scientists and other concerned people have worked to pull them away from extinction.

4 Responses to “Back from the Brink: Saving Animals from Extinction”

  1. June Bug says:

    This is an informative non-fiction book on some of the animals that are on the brink of extinction. The author Nancy F. Castaldo writes this story as if it were a documentary, you can easily picture every word in your mind. There’s beautiful pictures of each animal in the book and they are very well taken. My favorite part from Back From The Brink is when Nancy F. Castaldo writes about how you can help save all the animals, even the ones not mentioned in the book. The information has real facts and has many quotes from real wildlife experts. Nancy F. Castaldo visits all the places where people are working to save these animals and what they are doing to save them. Some of the ideas that are actually happening are really genius ideas.

  2. lillylunapotter says:

    I think this book could be better because it is a list of several animals and how they were saved from extinction and a bunch of facts {bolth about the animals and not}. I can’t be too hard on this book beacase it tells you about the endangerd species act and I thought that was cool. They also told about you the places where the people worked. That was cool too. What I also thought was cool were the wolves, because I love wolves. Overall it was meh (for me at least).

  3. Timberboi82 says:

    Back From the Brink is a really good book because it tells you about a lot of endangered
    animals. If you are an animal lover and you want to help save animals from extinction,
    I suggest this book for you. It has really great information about animals, including amazing photographs. It’s a nonfiction book so all the facts are true.

  4. Gavin says:

    This book was fantastic! It hooked you, and helped show you how animals going from extinction can help the ecosystem in many ways . I would recommend this book to anybody who likes Non-Fiction and interesting animal books

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