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Habitats
This set deals with how plants and animals rely on living (food web, shelter needs using plant material, animal-related seed dispersal) and non-living (climate, wind, rocks, soil, water) things to meet their basic needs for survival and that those needs must be meet within their habitat.
Daisylocks needs the right habitat 
to grow. The beach is too soft, the 
rainforest too wet, and the desert 
too dry. Will she find the place that 
is just right? Discover how deep-sea animals 
survive in the dark ocean habitat 
and how they attract prey or 
repel predators. Enjoy a day in one of the most 
dynamic habitats on earth—the 
salt marsh. Fun-to-read, rhyming 
verse introduces readers to hourly 
changes in the marsh as the tide 
comes and goes. Rhyming verses take children 
up a mountain to explore how 
animals and habitats change 
as they travel higher and higher 
above sea level. Catchy twists on traditional songs 
have children chiming in about 
cactuses, camels, and more as they 
learn about the world’s desert habitat, 
flora, and fauna. All animals take baths to keep 
their bodies clean and healthy. 
Humans might use soap and 
water but some animals use 
their tongues, dust, or even let 
other animals clean them off. Chicken Little may have thought 
the sky was falling but Peter Pika 
is sure the glaciers are melting 
and is off to talk to the Mountain 
Monarch about it.
Gopher is safe in his burrow when 
the volcano explodes and his 
habitat is destroyed. How does he 
help life return to the mountain? 
This fictional story is based on 
years of scientific observation. Let's spy on thirteen different 
habitats and find out who 
lives there. Sing along while learning about 
food chains. Which animal comes 
out on top, and which is a snack? 
Find out about the circle of life 
and the part each creature plays.  Baby Bat and Pluribus Packrat 
explore their cave and meet 
animals without eyes or colors. 
Baby Bat learns how important 
bats are to the cave habitat. The South Sea’s top predator 
is revealed in this fishy tale of 
who eats whom! An adaptation of “This is the House 
that Jack Built, Seasons change in the ocean much 
as they do on land. In fanciful form, 
children learn about plants and 
animals that are joined through the 
mix of seasons, food webs, and 
habitats beneath the waves.
Imagine an African savanna if elephants
were only a memory from once upon a 
time. What would happen to all the plants 
and animals that rely on the elephants for 
their own survival? Compare and contrast these 
polar animals through 
stunning photographs. Cozy up for a rainy day read and explore 
the prairie ecosystem through its ever-
changing weather. Each month features 
a storm typical of that season and a 
prairie animal who must shelter, hide, 
escape, or endure those storms. Children learn about the wide 
variety of creatures lurking in 
the lush Amazon rainforest in 
this award-winning adaptation 
of The Green Grass Grew All 
Around. Marine scientist Ellen Prager 
introduces us to fascinating 
and bizarre animals that use 
slime to survive in the ocean. When Shark Baby’s egg case 
tears loose in a storm, he 
travels ocean habitats to learn 
what kind of shark he is.
Listen quietly as the animals 
of the African Savanna talk 
throughout the course of a day.
Tuktuk found a furry kamik to line 
his winter burrow. When other, 
bigger animals see him and want 
his kamik, this little trickster has to 
convince them that no one needs 
one furry kamik – except a collard 
lemming.
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