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A Walk in the Tundra

by Rebecca L. Johnson

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Takes readers on a walk in the tundra, showing examples of how the animals and plants of the tundra are connected and dependent on each other and the tundra's soil and climate.
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This is a great series to introduce children to various biomes, using examples found in North America. The layouts are visually appealing and include informational sidebars, which don't distract from the main text. The narrative is well-written, engaging, and full of sensory details, which makes it an excellent book to read aloud.

For further exploration, this book pairs well with "Arctic Tundra" from the "One Small Square" series by Donald Silver. ( )
  buddingnaturalist | Apr 15, 2021 |
This is a great informational book filled with lots of detail. The book starts off with a list of vocabulary words that are needed to understand the book. The book identifies what it is and where along with what you will find there. Although it is very detailed, it is written in a way that children will be able to understand. Media: photographs ( )
  CrystalBrooks | Apr 7, 2016 |
a lovely and peaceful place with beautiful animals and plants.
  Shi_Jia | Sep 17, 2013 |
The tundra is a lonely, windy, cold land.
  MGraysonk12 | Mar 13, 2012 |
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