The Ecosystem of a Grassy Field
There are Plants on the Menu in this colorful book about the ecosystem of a grassy field. The interdependence of spittle bugs, woodchucks, hawks, and many other creatures is detailed clearly with scientific language that is tailored to young readers.
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Ambush bugs animals that eat bees birds bite blind and hairless blossoms burrows Butterflies camouflaged carry pollen catch and eat catch insects crab spider waits dandelion danger Deer dragging a wing drink nectar earthworm tunnels eat plants eaten eggs feeds on flower female field is filled find food flower nectar flower to flower fly must watch foam garden spider grabs grass grasshopper Grassy Field Community ground hatch hawks help the plants help to keep Helping Plants Grow hidden hover fly Hunters insect comes jumping spider kestrel leaves Left Library of Small living things looks meadow vole mice mother killdeer nest nibble nutrients Photo Gallery pistil plant eaters plants to grow pollen from flower powder predators prey Right roots rubbing seed lands silk small animals Small Ecosystems soil speckled spider spins spinnerets spittlebug is covered spot sprout summer survive wait for insects wait to catch wildflowers woodchuck