eBook People in the Rain Forest (Deep in the Rain Forest) download
by Saviour Pirotta
Author: Saviour Pirotta
Publisher: Wayland Pub Ltd (March 1, 1999)
ePub: 1981 kb
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Category: Children's Books
Subcategory: Growing Up and Facts of Life
Describes the people who live in rain forests around the world, how they hunt and farm, and their religions, festivals.
Describes the people who live in rain forests around the world, how they hunt and farm, and their religions, festivals. Saviour Pirotta has written over 60 books for children, ranging from picture and information books to novels, including Turtle Bay (Frances Lincoln) which has been commended by the American Booksellers Magazine and the National Council for Social Studies. He has recently written several titles in the Deep in the Rainforest and MYBees series for Hodder Wayland, as well as numberous storybooks. He was born in Malta and is a trained chef. Grade Level: 1 - 2. Series: Deep in the Rain Forest (Book 1). Hardcover: 32 pages.
Grade Level: 1 - 2. Series: Deep in the Rain Forest. Paperback: 32 pages in Books Children's Books Animals. Publisher: Steck-Vaughn Co (September 1, 1998). in Books Children's Books Animals. Tell the Publisher! I'd like to read this book on Kindle.
Introduces aspects of rivers in the rain forest including their plants and animals, the water cycle, flooding. Then you can start reading Kindle books on your smartphone, tablet, or computer - no Kindle device required. To get the free app, enter your mobile phone number.
Describes the different types of predatory animals that inhabit the rain forests of the world and discusses their habits, hunting methods, and survival.
Playing a Round With Love He took a deep breath, found a hammer, lighted his lamp and set to work
Playing a Round With Love. It seems a lot of people like to read about the same kind of details in everyday lives that you and I do, she said. Exactly so. And many of the stories that we liked so much in the early years of her career are contained in this marvelous collection. He took a deep breath, found a hammer, lighted his lamp and set to work. To begin with it wasn’t bad, and he got the main bits of the house together. But then the problems started.
An introduction to rivers as a source of life for people, plants and animals which introduces the water cycle; the importance of rain to the life cycle of plants; the use . Series: Deep in the Rain Forest (Book 4). Hardcover: 32 pages
An introduction to rivers as a source of life for people, plants and animals which introduces the water cycle; the importance of rain to the life cycle of plants; the use of rivers through their resources (fish and gold); and as transport routes. The book also investigates the environmental threats from mining and gives step-by-step illustrations and instructions to show how to make a miniature canoe. Each title in this series can be used to teach a number of topics across the geography and science curriculum. Publisher: Hodder Wayland (May 31, 1998).