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008    130429s2014    nyua   j b    000 0 eng d 
020    9781433991547 (library binding) 
020    9781433991554 (paperback) 
040    YDXCP|beng|cYDXCP|dBDX|dUUC|dOCLCO|dNDS|dMLN|dSKYRV|erda 
049    CIB 
082 04 598.92|223 
100 1  Harasymiw, N. D. 
245 10 Condors in danger /|cby N. D. Harasymiw. 
250    First edition. 
264  1 New York, NY :|bGareth Stevens Publishing,|c2014. 
300    24 pages :|bcolored illustrations ;|c23 cm. 
336    text|2rdacontent 
337    unmediated|2rdamedia 
338    volume|2rdacarrier 
490 1  Animals at risk 
504    Includes bibliographical references (p. 23) and index. 
520    A condor is an incredible bird. With a wingspan of 10 feet,
       it seems too large to fly. And yet, winds carry it so 
       efficiently that it may only need to flap once an hour. 
       Sadly, the world came very close to losing the California 
       condor. At one point, only 30 were left. Readers of this 
       book will find out why these birds were so close to 
       extinction and what was done to bring them back. Beautiful
       photographs show these birds of prey as the majestic 
       animals they are. 
521 8  NC810L|bLexile 
526 0  Accelerated Reader|bMG|c4.3|d0.5|e0.5|z160253 
650  0 Condors|vJuvenile literature. 
650  0 California condor|vJuvenile literature. 
650  0 Andean condor|vJuvenile literature. 
650  0 Endangered species|vJuvenile literature. 
830  0 Animals at risk. 
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