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The sustainability of life depends on food chains. Humans sometimes harm food chains by disrupting them, but readers will learn how this damage can be undone. Through the exploration of habitats around the world, this series defines and discusses food chains and webs, and the roles of producers, consumers, and decomposers.
The cacti are eaten by insects that are eaten by lizards that are eaten by hawks. This book explores the species and food chains and webs within a desert ...
The grass is eaten by a mouse that's eaten by a snake that's eaten by a hawk. This book explores the species and food chains and webs within a grassland ...
The shrubs are eaten by deer that are eaten by cougars. This book explores the species and food chains and webs within a mountain habitat, and discusses why ...
The protozoa are eaten by krill that are eaten by mackerel that are eaten by tuna that are eaten by sharks. This book explores the species and food chains and ...
The foliage is eaten by a mouse that's eaten by a bat that's eaten by a snake. This book explores the species and food chains and webs within a rain forest ...
The algae is eaten by a clam that's eaten by a salmon that's eaten by a bear. This book explores the species found in river food chains and webs, and discusses ...
"After reading one of more of these books, students should know exactly what constitutes a food chain and a food web. Each book defines its habitat, explaining a food chain, focusing on the parts of the food chain, describing particular food chains native to geographical regions, and explaining how the habitats are being harmed. With clear diagrams, color photographs, and maps, the visual aspects supplement the text beautifully. The books do a good job of explaining the part that each link in the food chain plays. Sidebars on particular features of a habitat, endangered animals of that habitat, and other interesting facts add variety to the visual layout. A strong theme of environmentalism runs through every one of the books, culminating in a final chapter with "Top 10 Things You Can Do" to protect the particular food chain and habitat. This series would provide good supplementary material for science classes and geography classes. Young activists might want to pick these up for independent reading. Bibliography. Glossary. Websites. Index. – Mary Northrup, Reference Librarian, Metropolitan Community College-Maple Woods, Kansas City, Missouri Library Media Connection January/February 2011" - Library Media Connection
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