Lost in the Woods
A photographic essay book by Carl L. Sams II and Jean Stock
A Photographic Fantasy
Beautiful photography by this New York Times-bestselling, husband-and-wife team, tells the story of a little fawn born in the woods, left alone by his mother in order that he won’t be sniffed out by “Trouble.” Deer are born with no scent, a child or adult reader learns, and so the little fawn spends his first days befriended by turtle, grasshopper, raccoon and other creatures of the forest until his mother returns to lead him into the wide world.
The book’s wide pages are artistically designed. The story is a perfect gift for a child or a parent with children, and adults will enjoy the vibrant, up-close photos of creatures familiar to residents of the mountains and visitors to the Blue Ridge Parkway.
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