Life in the Human Body

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Capstone Classroom, 2003 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 32 pages
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What goes on in the watery world of a pond, in the branches and leaves of a tree, or in the dark depths of a cave? With the help of color photographs and illustrations, Microhabitats takes the reader into these busy but often unseen worlds, where a variety of plants and animals interact in a complex web of life. Readers will also learn about the threats to the future of these miniature environments. Life in a Tide Pool explores: at the shoreline, tide pool plants, there to stay, just visiting, and tide pools under threat.
 

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Life in the Blood
Life Outside the Body 20
Glossary 30
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Tony Seddon is Director of Educational Publishing at Cambridge University Press. He has written numerous books on the living world, including several on the Caribbean, an area in which he has a particular interest.
Jill Bailey followed her degree in botany with teaching and research in the ecology and biochemistry of plants. She has written over 50 books for children and adults.

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