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Communities in Nature - Inland Waters

Book Description
Where inland waters stand (in ponds and lakes) or flow (in streams and rivers), communities of freshwater plants and animals make their watery homes. Many kinds of insects, crustaceans, frogs, turtles, and fish browse on water plants and feed on each other. They make their nests and raise their young where they are most at home. Birds and land animals also come to the banks of these freshwaters to... More
Book Information
PublisherBlackbirch Press Thomson Gale
Reading LevelAges 4-8
# of Pages48
Publication Date03/09/2005
The Creators
About ELIZABETH RING (Author) : ELIZABETH RING is a published author of children's books. Some of the published credits of ELIZABETH RING include Communities in Nature - Dry Lands (Communities in Nature), Communities in Nature - Inl... more
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11/18/2021 Alfred Goldstein said:
This is a wonderful book! I love books about nature and the environment. Recently I needed to prepare a literary review for one of my favorite books, and of course, I chose this topic. I used the literature review help because I was having some problems with th... more

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