Ecology of a Cracker Childhood - Chapters 22 through 24 Summary & Analysis

Janisse Ray
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Chapter 22: Bachman's Sparrow

Bachman's sparrow was discovered by bird artist John Audubon who named it after his friend, John Bachman, a Lutheran minister. It is another bird that is in distress from the declining pine forests.

Chapter 23: Light

The teacher that most inspired Janisse was her fifth grade science teacher, Lucia Godfrey. She was a beautiful woman who loved nature and science. Her name—Lucia—meant light; and, light is what she shined on Janisse's future—giving her goals and direction. Lucian would walk through the pine forest with Janisse, pointing out to her the male and female pine trees. Janisse would sit in the front row in Lucia's classes, absorbing every single word about cells, pollination, evolution, adaptation and survival. The concepts were all new to Janisse and they excited her imagination.

Chapter 24: Flatwoods Salamander

The flatwood salamander and...

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