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Looking at biomes helps us understand the connections between our Earth’s climate and the plants and animals that live in each biome. Biome Atlases explore key issues, such as threats to biomes, along with detailed maps of examples of each biome.
Life can be difficult up where the air is thin. This book covers the climate of this biome and the plants and animals that call these regions home.
Hot and dry in the summer, cool and damp in the winter, the shrubland biome contains a fascinating array of plants and animals, detailed in this book.
Taiga is a biome that stretches over North America, Europe, and Asia. Read this book to find what plants and animals live in this cold, lonely biome.
Temperate forests are green in spring and summer, have beautiful colors in the fall, and are barren in the winter. What kind of life is found here? ...
Untouched temperate grasslands can be hard to find, since the fertile soil is often converted to farmland. Find out about the life that's found here.
Read this book to learn about tropical grasslands and the zebras, cheetahs, antelope, birds, and many other animals and plants that live there.
What lives in this damp and mucky biome that's made up of swamps, marshes, and bogs? Read this book to find out.
"Each volume opens with a colorful world map featuring the eleven biomes of the world; individual books then diverge into a specific biome. Five topics are covered in each book: climate, plants, animals, people, and future of the biome. Each of these main sections is separated by a two-page layout featuring a specific example of the region. The pictures, charts, and maps are the highlights of the series. Students will be drawn in by spectacular photography and fascinating factoid boxes. The books provide detailed information suitable for middle school research projects, and browsing potential is high due to the colorful, graphic nature of the set. While the majority of the information is available online, students will enjoy learning with these books much more than an electronic search. – Bethany Bratney, Media Specialist, Novi (Michigan) High School Library Media Connection May/June 2011" - Library Media Connection
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