A Giant Tree in the Rainforest by Sally Morgan
  

Synopsis

A Giant Tree in the Rainforest by Sally Morgan

Zoom in on a habitat and see what lives there! By examining life in very specific habitats, children can learn how animals and plants rely on each other in the interconnecting web of nature. Each book in this series looks at habitats on a small scale and examines the life that lives there, what makes the habitat unique and how the plants and animals interact with each other. Ecological information is given, explaining how the environment has changed due to the influence of man, and ways in which we can help preserve them. Each book is packed with photographs illustrating the environments, and the plants and animals that live there. In addition, each title has a table of contents, a glossary and an index.

About the Author

Sally Morgan is a freelance author of children's science and environmental books and CD-ROMs with over 30 books to her name by a number of publishers, including Future Tech: Energy and the new Looking at Minibeasts series published by Belitha Press. Sally is a former science teacher and has a degree in Biological Science from Cambridge University. She lives in Hampshire.

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Book Info

Format

Paperback
32 pages
Interest Age: From 7 To 9

Author

Sally Morgan
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Publication date

19th August 2004

ISBN

9781841389387


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