Rain Forests

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Holiday House, 2008 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 40 pages
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Gorillas, parrots, hissing cockroaches, and iguanas make their homes in rain forests, as do thousands of other kinds of animals, birds, insects, and reptiles. There are also many trees and plants in each of the two types of rain forests (tropical and temperate). Filled with important facts, this book also uses beautiful, labeled illustrations to show life in rain forests from all over the world, such as Brazil, Costa Rica, and the Pacific Northwest of North America.Rain forests are a hot topic in the news, as the debate over global warming receives more and more coverage. The illustrations are abundant and informative, showing over 100 different life forms in rain forests, from the draco lizard to the round-eared bat to the cocoa tree.

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User Review  - ahernandez91 - LibraryThing

Tropical Rain forests and Temperate Rain forests are discussed in this book. It talks about the different layers of the rainforests, animals, insects, plants, and different people living there too ... Read full review

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User Review  - kp119190 - LibraryThing

Rain forest is an informational books about rain forest. There are many pictures with animals and their name and what level of forest they live in. The different rain forest and different levels or ... Read full review

About the author (2008)

Nancy Smiler Levinson is the author of several books for young readers, including history, biography, fiction, easy-to-read, and historical fiction. Her easy readers include "Snowshoe Thompson" and "Clara and the Bookwagon". Visit her website at www.nancysmilerlevinson.com..

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