1-800-621-4272

Login | Sign Up

Follett
    
Best Search Results: Advanced Search
 
0 items checkout



LIVING IN A PRAIRIE
by BALDWIN, CAROL
describes the characteristics of prairies, looks at the different plants and animals that thrive in prairie environments, and discusses how prairies affect people. includes a map that shows the places where prairies can grow.

includes bibliographical references (p. 31) and index.;what are prairies? -- why are prairies important? -- what's green and growing in a prairie? -- what animals live in a prairie? -- what's for dinner in the prairie -- how do prairie animals get food? -- how do prairies affect people? -- how do people affect prairies? -- fact file.
Condition
New
Interest Level
Grade 3 - 6
Publisher
HEINEMANN RAINTREE {CAPSTONE}
Copyright
2003
Catalog ID
3002789
ISBN-10
1403432252
ISBN-13
9781403432254
Language
English
 
Accelerated Reading:
ATOS Reading Level: 4.5
AR Interest Level:  Middle Grade (4-8)
AR Point Value: 1.0
 
Reading Counts:
RC Reading Level: 0.0
RC Point Value: 0.0
 
Lexile® measure:
Lexile measure: 750L
Lexile Codes:  N/A




 Awards and Reviews:
Horn Book (10/01/03)
Library Media Connection (09/01/04)

Paperback
 
Usually ships in 1-2 weeks
List Price:  $7.99
Price:   $6.16
 
Quantity:   



TITLE QUALIFIES FOR FREE SHIPPING!

Out-of-stock? We can help.
Call 1-800-621-4272