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Our living forests
Fowler, Allan.
Personal Author:
Publication Information:
New York : Children's Press, [1999]

Physical Description:
31 pages : color illustrations ; 19 cm.
Describes different types of forests and some of the kinds of trees that grow in them, as well as the animals that live there and threats to their existence.
General Note:
Includes index.
Program Information:
Accelerated Reader AR LG 3.3 0.5 32835.

Reading Counts RC K-2 3.1 1 Quiz: 23086 Guided reading level: I.
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Material Type
Home Location
Central Library SD376 .F685 1999 Juvenile Non-Fiction Childrens Area-Readers
Newstead Library SD376 .F685 1999 Juvenile Non-Fiction Readers
Eden Library SD376 .F685 1999 Juvenile Non-Fiction Open Shelf
Hamburg Library SD376 .F685 1999 Juvenile Non-Fiction Open Shelf
Anna M. Reinstein Library SD376 .F685 1999 Juvenile Non-Fiction Open Shelf
Audubon Library SD376 .F685 1999 Juvenile Non-Fiction Open Shelf

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From friendly dolphins to giant pandas, from icebergs and glaciers to energy from the sun, from magnets to solids, liquids, and gases, Rookie Read-About Science is a natural addition to the primary-grade classroom with books that cover every part of the science curricula. Includes: animals, nature, scientific principles, the environment, weather, and much more!

Author Notes

Allan Fowler is the author of children's books. Some of his titles include the Rookie Read-About Science books Can You See the Wind?, Sun's Family of Planets (Rookie Read-About Science, Upside-Down Sloth, and We Love Fruit.

(Bowker Author Biography)

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Gr. 1^-2. The Rookie Read-about Science series presents a wide variety of topics in a format that is appealing and appropriate for beginning readers. Skimming the book, youngsters will immediately feel comfortable with the small size, large type, and numerous color photos. The nature-oriented topics are generally of interest, too, especially the many titles on animals and insects. In Our Living Forests, characteristics of different types of forests are discussed. A special effort is made to show the relationship between climate and the types of trees and other plant life that grow in a specific forest, such as a rain forest. Other topics include how a tree changes through the seasons, animals that make their homes in forests, and threats to a forest's survival. Snail's Pace discusses the unusual features of the snail, including a description of why the snail moves so slowly and the differences between land and water snails. Slugs, the snail's cousin (and gardeners' enemy), are also briefly discussed. At the end of each book is a section of "Words You Know," which highlights important vocabulary words described in the text. This section could be used to review important concepts or as an introduction to the subject. Lauren Peterson

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