4 edition of What"s in the rainforest? found in the catalog.
What"s in the rainforest?
Introduces 106 creatures and plants found in the world"s rain forests, including flying frogs, monster flowers, and pink dolphins.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 46-47) and index.
|Statement||written and illustrated by Suzanne Ross.|
|LC Classifications||QH541.5.R27 R66 1991|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||48 p. :|
|Number of Pages||48|
|LC Control Number||91072682|
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What's Up In The Amazon Rainforest by Ginjer Clark is the perfect handheld guide for all things RAINFOREST!. The author includes many interesting and unique animals that are found in each layer. She uses beautiful photographs that showcase her descriptions, and highlights the products that come from this valuable resource.4/5(8).
Following the success of Charley Harper s What s in the Woods?,Pomegranate continues the Nature Discovery Book series with this journey through a rain forest.
Zoe Burke s rhyming text introduces young readers to thirty different species of rain-forest dwellers birds, butterflies, lizards, monkeys, and more/5(4).
Brazil’s Amazon rainforest has been hit with raging wildfires and according to the National Institute for Space Research (INPE) fires have reached a record number, with nea fires detected in Scientists warn that this could lead to a devastating blow to the stand against climate change, because the Whats in the rainforest?
book are known to be [ ]Author: Yara K. Title: Tropical Rainforests Author: Seymour Simon Genre: Photographic Essay Theme(s): Life in a Rainforest Opening line/sentence: Imagine being surrounded by thick walls of green plants.
Brief Book Summary: This photographic essay by Seymour Simon elaborately describes the ins and outs of the tropical rainforests of the anied by vivid and detailed photos, this /5. This is intended as a list of picture books for children about the rainforest, fiction or non-fiction, educational or just for fun.
The books can feature either tropical rain forests, or temperate ones. Books expounding the biodiversity, the flora and the fauna of rainforests will be welcomed. Editorial Reviews. 07/13/ Clarke launches a nonfiction series with an in-depth look at the Amazon rainforest. Faded map backgrounds, faux “taped-in” photographs, and pages marked with colored pencil Whats in the rainforest?
book the feeling of an explorer’s notebook as Clarke walks readers through the history of the Amazon, threats like deforestation, and the animals and humans that Brand: Penguin Young Readers Group. The canopy layer contains the majority of the largest trees, typically 30 metres (98 ft) to 45 metres ( ft) tall.
The densest areas of biodiversity are found in the forest canopy, a more or less continuous cover of foliage formed by adjacent treetops. The canopy, by some estimates, is home to 50 percent of all plant species. Epiphytic plants attach to trunks and branches, and obtain. Rainforest, luxuriant forest, generally composed of tall, broad-leaved trees and usually found in wet tropical uplands and lowlands around the Equator.
Rainforests usually occur in regions where there is a high annual rainfall of generally more than 1, mm (70 inches) and a. The Rainforest will transform the way you think about technology, business, and leadership.
free preview. To read a free preview of the book, click here. To learn about the ideas in The Rainforest, read the official White Paper presented at the University of Chicago for the book’s publication on Febru A tropical rainforest is a rainforest with a high rainfall that grows in a tropical region.
Tropical regions – and therefore tropical rainforests – are found near the Equator, an imaginary line that circles the globe, dividing the northern and southern hemispheres. Running parallel above and below the Equator are two more imaginary lines.
Get lost in the largest rainforest in the world to climb trees that are years old, swim with a pink dolphin, avoid the deadly poison dart frogs, and sleep with a troop of twenty howler monkeys. In What's Up in the Amazon Rainforest, you'll learn all about the plants and animals, as well as the people that live there and the habitat itself." What's Up in the Amazon Rainforest?, by Ginjer L.
Clarke (Sept. Grosset & Dunlap), $, ISBN: Recommended for ages I've been doing a lot of weeding in my new library spot, and the first section I hit was the Animals section.
Naturally, I need some new books to fill in my shelves. Animal Expert: Rainforest Animals is the first book in our ‘Animals Expert’ series. Update: this book is currently out of print. You’re the youngest person ever to work at the famous ‘World Museum of Science and Nature’.
You’ve been asked to go to the Amazon Rainforest to find out about the animals that live there. Tropical rainforests are forests with tall trees, warm climates, and lots of rain. In some rainforests it rains more than one inch nearly every day of the year.
Rainforests are found in Africa, Asia, Australia, and Central and South America. The largest rainforest in the world is the Amazon rainforest in South America. Rainforest experts estimate that the rainforests are losing plants, animals and insect species every day due to rainforest destruction.
That is ab species a year. As the rainforest species disappear so do the cures for many life threatening diseases. Most rainforests are being destroyed by chainsaws, bulldozers and fires for wood. The Amazon rainforest is the world’s largest tropical rainforest. It is home to aro plant species, nearly 1, bird species, 3, types of fish, species of mammals, and million different insects.
Red-bellied piranhas and pink river dolphins swim its waters. Jewel-toned parrots squawk and fly through its trees. Set deep in the Amazon rainforest, this is a thought-provoking story about preserving cultural values in a changing world.
The beautiful illustrations in this picture-book, including its excellent picture glossary, show the immense diversity of rainforest plants.
Another popular choice for KS2. The rainforest is always growing, and reclaiming it's own. My dad built a grass airstrip out of the jungle inwhich operated for several decades.
It was mowed regularly, but we had to continually chop down trees that grew up at the ends at an alarming rate. Check out The River of Doubt: Theodore Roosevelt's Darkest Journey. It's narrative non-fiction on Theodore Roosevelt's expedition into the Amazon.
It is definitely an archetypal Amazon journey, with unlikely intersections from Brazil's history as. As a metaphor, jungle often refers to situations that are unruly or lawless, or where the only law is perceived to be "survival of the fittest".
This reflects the view of "city people" that forests are such places. Upton Sinclair gave the title The Jungle () to his famous book about the life of workers at the Chicago Stockyards, portraying the workers as being mercilessly exploited with. This book is a compilation of their classroom experiences.
The following sample activities taken from This Planet is Mine may inspire you to take your own students on a journey. The following suggestions can be used in collaboration with the book, Life in the Rainforests by Lucy Baker.A rainforest is an ecosystem characterized by heavy rain and a dense tree canopy that lets very little light through to the understory.
A forest ecosystem must receive over 60 inches of rain per year to be considered a rainforest. Two types of rainforests are .Rainforest Habitat.
A beam of sunlight makes its way through the leaves and lights up the brightly colored wings of a macaw. An enormous butterfly flits from plant to plant. Monkeys shout and chatter as they swing from tree to tree looking for breakfast. The rainforest is waking up.