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Children's LiteratureA good portion of the eastern United States is covered by forest. This means that many kids in this country have already been exposed to this type of biome. That won't make this book any less interesting. In fact, it might make kids even more receptive of the study of biomes. The book, one of the "Living in a Biome" series, is filled with large color photographs and short, easy to read text passages. It discusses what makes up a forest and what animals live there. The book has a table of contents, index and glossary. It also has its own web page. Just go to facthound.com and type in the code in the back of the book and the site will bring up a selection of web pages about forests geared toward kids. This is an excellent resource for science and English teachers or for parents who want their kids to read about the world around them. 2004, Capstone Press, Ages 5 to 7.
— Heather Robertson