By Rebecca Hogue Wojahn
Utilizing a game-like structure, this e-book illustrates the interplay of vegetation and animals within the Asian mangrove woodland. The books numerous tale paths demonstrate the complex and gentle nutrition net of the mangrove wooded area. attractive textual content and bright layout support exhibit key curricular suggestions relating to meals webs and biomes.
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With her brown markings, the snake looks just like a part of the branch. And that’s her plan. A school of archerfish approach. They like the safety of the branch. Slowly, A dog-faced water the snake starts snake eats a fish. wiggling the skinny tip of her tail. One of the fish stops to look. What is that? A worm? A caterpillar that’s fallen in the water? The fish creeps closer to investigate. Once the fish is in range, the snake snaps her jaws around it. The fangs in the back of her mouth pump venom into it.
She stretches her black mouth wide and swallows an egg. Her body bulges as the egg slides down her throat. Suddenly, the green heron flaps back to the nest. The heron pecks and claws at the snake. The snake is knocked off the branch, but she catches herself on the branch below. She slithers off, leaving the heron in peace. The cat snake is satisfied too. The egg was the perfect dinner. Last night for dinner, the green cat snake swallowed . . . t of The snake was knocked tasty the tree and found this see treat on the ground.
The Sea, the Storm and the Mangrove Tangle. New York: Farrar, Straus, and Giroux, 2004. Follow a hundred-year life cycle of a mangrove tree in this fictional story. sg/guidebooks Discover more about mangrove forests in Singapore, near the island of Borneo. Heinrichs, Ann. Malaysia. New York: Children’s Press, 2005. This books discusses the country of Malaysia, including its people and its natural resources. Silver, Donald M. Swamp. New York: McGraw-Hill, 1997. Swamps and wetlands around the world are introduced and examined.
A Mangrove Forest Food Chain: A Who-Eats-What Adventure in Asia (Follow That Food Chain) by Rebecca Hogue Wojahn