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Plants of the Rain Forest e-book

Author:

Mae Woods

Language:

English

Category:

Children

Subcategory:

Science Nature & How It Works

ePub size:

1951 kb

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Rating:

4.6

Publisher:

Checkerboard Library (January 1, 2000)

ISBN:

1577650182

Plants of the Rain Forest e-book

by Mae Woods


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Introduces the plants of the rain forest, discussing both the forest floor and the treetops and examining how plants interact with the animals and provide food and other products. Includes bibliographical references (page 23) and index. Books for People with Print Disabilities. SIMILAR ITEMS (based on metadata). Terms of Service (last updated 12/31/2014).

These books explore the rich and varied ecology of the rain forest. Paying special attention to environmental issues, this series discusses the plants, animals, and people that make up the rain forest today. - Supports social studies and environment curriculum - Diagrams and maps provide additional information - Eye-catching photos illustrate the text.

This section is part of the Plant Mega Pack mod by 10paktimbits. Rainforest Plants are blocks from the Plant Mega Pack mod. They are found in Jungle Biomes. Categories: Plant Mega Pack.

Start a class alphabet book of rainforest plants. RAINFOREST by Kristin Joy Pratt (Dawn Publications) PLANTS OF THE RAIN FOREST by Lynn M. Stone (Rourke) AT HOME IN THE RAINFOREST by Diane Willow, illus. A project of this type might extend through an entire rainforest unit as students continue to locate and read a variety of resources. by Laura Jacques (Charlesbridge) PLANTS OF THE RAIN FOREST by Mae Woods (Abdo & Daughters).

Heliconias are flowering plants found in the tropical rainforests of the Americas. Trees of the genus Swietenia are harvested for their wood, which is called mahogany. This red-brown wood is valued for its beauty and colour

Heliconias are flowering plants found in the tropical rainforests of the Americas. They grow on the forest floor, and are pollinated by hummingbirds attracted by their brightly-colored flowers. Heliconias are popular ornamental plants in many parts of the world. This red-brown wood is valued for its beauty and colour. Swietenia trees are native to the rainforests of the Americas. Tropical Rainforest Plants List: Conclusion.

Examines the physical characteristics and behavior of various animals found in the rain forest, including monkeys, jungle cats, and frogs.

Select Format: Library Binding. Examines the physical characteristics and behavior of various animals found in the rain forest, including monkeys, jungle cats, and frogs. Format: Library Binding. ISBN13: 9781577650195. Release Date: January 2000.

Because tropical rain forests are some of the oldest ecosystems on earth, they are home to a diverse population of plants . Most of us think of monkeys when we think of rain forests. In Costa Rica, there are abundant howler monkeys and spider monkeys.

Because tropical rain forests are some of the oldest ecosystems on earth, they are home to a diverse population of plants and animals. In fact, around 50% of the world’s plants and animals can be found here-with new species still being discovered. The warm, moist environment is also an ideal habitat for reptiles and amphibians.

Author: Woods, Mae. Publisher: Checkerboard. More About This Title People Of The Rain Forest. Horn Book Guide, July-December 1999~School Library Journal, February 2000. Describes how different groups of peoples live in rain forests in Central and South America, Africa, and Southeast Asia. Juvenile Nonfiction People & Places General. Juvenile Nonfiction Science & Nature Environmental Science & Ecosystems.

Australian Rainforest Woods describes 141 of the most significant Australian rainforest trees and their wood. The introductory sections draw the reader into an understanding of the botanical, evolutionary, environmental, historical and international significance of this beautiful but finite Australian resource. The main section examines the species and their wood with photographs, botanical descriptions and a summary of the characteristics of the wood.

Introduces the plants of the rain forest, discussing both the forest floor and the treetops and examining how plants interact with the animals and provide food and other products.

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