A Forest Community
This pairing of fiction and non-fiction literature features a story about two children who teach their new neighbors about having fun, making noise, and working together. The companion book discusses how the animals in a temperate forest depend on each other to live.
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acorns animals help Baby beavers bark beavers live beetles begin to grow beneath birds bits of wood branches and logs buck build burrow chew cleaning its antlers colony colors covered Deer eat deer grows deer is called deer’s earthworms enemies fawns feathers called female find food front teeth full-grown grass grasshoppers gray squirrel buries ground growing season hairs hatch help protect herd hibernate hickory hole homes incisors insects inside chamber larvae lays her eggs leaves legs living things lodge look male deer maple tree meal mice microscopic moth mushroom Nature’s nest nuts and seeds Owl pellets owl’s wing patch of red predators queen red clover Salamanders screech owl shrubs soil Soldier termites spiders spring stay sticks store food stream or river summer swim tail Temperate Forest Community territory tiny tree falls tree trunk tunnels twigs underground water plants white-tailed deer winter Worker termites young chipmunk