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By Fran Howard

Realize the grandeur and awe of the habitats of nature. Readers will study what makes up a habitat and the variations of every one. The easy-to-read and informative textual content, quick evidence, and attention-grabbing photos are bound to draw the reader to those books.
- helps technological know-how and nature curriculum
- magnificent pictures deliver nature alive
- Full-color charts and graphs increase the informative text
- colour Photographs
- enjoyable Facts
- net sites
- Index
- thesaurus

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Desert lizards move quickly over hot surfaces. They stop to cool their feet in the shade. • Sometimes, there are sandstorms in the sandy parts of a desert. A sandstorm is when wind blows the sand around. • There is an area in a desert called an oasis. This area has water and fertile ground. Crops can grow there. Many people live in oases. • Sidewinder snakes move sideways. This helps them move quickly on sand. 30 Important words burrow a small tunnel or hole in the ground where some animals live.

A sandstorm is when wind blows the sand around. • There is an area in a desert called an oasis. This area has water and fertile ground. Crops can grow there. Many people live in oases. • Sidewinder snakes move sideways. This helps them move quickly on sand. 30 Important words burrow a small tunnel or hole in the ground where some animals live. dormant something that is asleep, or not actively being used. eyelashes hairs that grow on the edge of eyelids. food chain the order in which plants and animals feed on each other.

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