Living in the Tundra

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Heinemann-Raintree Library, 2004 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 32 pages
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Contents include: What makes land tundra? Why is the tundra important? How do plants live in the tundra? What animals live in the tundra? How do animals live in the tundra? What's for dinner in the tundra? How do tundra animals get food? How does the tundra affect people? How do people affect the tundra?
 

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User Review  - smendel18 - LibraryThing

This is a small information booklet about life in the tundra. There are photographs of polar bears, animal life, vegetation, and the environment in the Tundra. This is great for students studying biomes. It's an easy read that will give quick facts and information. Read full review

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Contents

What Makes Land Tundra?
4
Whats for Dinner in the Tundra?
18
More Books to Read
31
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Carol Baldwin is a freelance writer in Charlotte, North Carolina, and has written for a variety of local and national publications. Baldwin developed Teaching the Story from materials that she taught in several different classrooms. She is active in the Society of Children's Book Writers & Illustrators and presents at educational conferences and workshops nationwide. You can contact Carol Baldwin through Maupin House Publishing for in-service training and conference speaking.

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