Prairie Food Chains
This work is suitable for ages 5-9. Children will enjoy exploring the vast prairies of North America in this book. This informative book describes life in these grassy, treeless areas that are often subject to both periods of drought and great rain. Young readers will learn about: the different types of prairie habitats; how animals get the nutrients they need; and, the fascinating adaptation some animals undergo to survive on the prairie.
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