Young readers get down in the dirt with a friendly star-nosed mole as he shows off the different parts of his garden and some amazing creatures who live in the dirt. During this exciting tour, children discover what soil is, how it is formed, and why this substance is vital to plants, animals, and humans. Colorful art and simple text show how the soil that plants grow in differs from the soil that building foundations sit in, and help youngsters understand hwy this precious resource must be conserved.
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LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - mblessum - LibraryThing
National Geographic, Jump Into Science series. Great illustrations with simple, hands-on activities that are perfect for both small and large groups. Ages: 4-8 Source: My Personal Library Read full review
DIRTUser Review - Jane Doe - Kirkus
Lots of neat facts and easy-to-read explanations about dirt (or soil, as the scientists prefer) can be found in this Jump Into Science title for young readers. For example, "Just one square foot of ... Read full review