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What Eats What in a Forest Food Chain
This title covers these subjects: Food chains (Ecology)., Forest ecology., Forest animals.
What Eats What in a Forest Food Chain
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What Eats What in a Forest Food Chain

A temperate deciduous forest teems with life. From a tall oak tree to a turkey vulture, the living things in this books are linked together in a food chain. Each one of them needs the others in order to live. Find out what eats what in a forest!

 
Dewey577.3
GenreInformational
  
Reading LevelGrades 2-3
Interest LevelGrades 2-4
GRLM
Lexile Level540L
ATOS Level2.2
AR Points0.5
AR Quiz #152466
Early Intervention Level23
  
Text TypeInformational Text
Text SubtypeCause & Effect
  
ISBN978-1-4048-7388-9
PublisherPicture Window Books
Copyright2013
  
Page Dimensions9" x 9"
Page Count24
LanguagesEnglish
BindingReinforced Library Binding
Hardcover
List Price: $26.65 School/Library Price
$19.99
 


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School Library Journal Curriculum - Vicki Reutter

"In the book’s clearly written text each animal is identified as a producer, consumer, scavenger, and omnivore. Rich greens and browns of the forest characterize Zack McLaughlin’s illustrations, and his detailed acrylic paintings provide crucial context for the habitat for such animals as snake, bird, coyote, vulture, and their prey." - School Library Journal Curriculum

February 24, 2015

SWON Library Consortium, Ohio - Amanda Vandermolen for Paula M. Geglein, Clermont County Public Library

"I really enjoyed the artwork and it clearly reflected the text. . . .Throughout the book, there are highlighted notes in boxes that give valuable information about the current subject. I also like that the animals in the artwork are labeled according to their spot in the food chain. The food web in the back of the book is a nice review of the entire book and really could be useful in a classroom setting as well as student projects and reference work. The simple story would also work well as a classroom readaloud." - SWON Library Consortium, Ohio

February 4, 2013

Lisa J. Amstutz

Lisa J. Amstutz

Lisa J. Amstutz is the author of more than 30 nonfiction books for children and many magazine and newspaper articles. Her background includes a B.A. in Biology and an M.S. in Environmental Science/Ecology. She loves sharing amazing facts about science and nature with kids.

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