Todays Readers are Tomorrows Leaders
Emphasises the link between animals’ physical characteristics and behaviour and the places where they live.
This curriculum relevant series examines how animals adapt and survive in their environment. The set explores the specific physical conditions of their environment and the intricate food webs that control their lives. Discover the ecosystems of their animals and their interdependence on other living things for their continued existence.
Key features include:
Hundreds of magnificent illustrations and photographs provide additional information and facilitate visual understanding
A "Vital Statistics" box describes each animal's length, weight, and other significant characteristics
Text boxes link to illustrated significant features of each animal
Maps show where in the world each animal lives
A "How Big Is It?" feature provides easily understood graphical size comparison
Deserts and Scrublands
Mountains and Polar Regions
Tropical Regions and Rain Forests
Rivers, Lakes, and Wetlands