Children’s / Teenage general interest: Ecosystems

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Before We Stood Tall

Expressive text and art tell the story of the life cycle of trees as it has never been told before — in reverse. Here’s a poetic depiction of the life cycle of trees, told one step at a time, based ...

Pollution plastique

Après l’âge de pierre, l’âge du bronze et l’âge du fer, nous sommes maintenant à l’ère du plastique. Car on le retrouve partout. Autant le plastique est merveilleux, autant il est une menace ...

The Triumphant Tale of the House Sparrow

The extraordinary story of one of the most adaptable creatures on Earth. This fascinating book includes the life history of the House Sparrow and descriptions of how the Ancient Egyptians fed it to the ...

Why?

Everyday childhood activities, such as an excursion to the park, splashing in the bathtub, or fixing a snack in the kitchen, can arouse many questions in young children. Why is the sky blue? Why does ...

The Sea Wolves

The Sea Wolves sets out to disprove the notion of ""the Big Bad Wolf,"" especially as it is applied to coastal wolves--a unique strain of wolf that lives in the rainforest along the Pacific coast of Canada. ...

This Is My Planet

As world leaders and others face up to what needs to be done to ensure the future of our planet, Jan Thornhill gives a young audience the tools to understand the crisis and take action in their own lives. ...

The Nature Treasury

Exploring nature means discovering a new mix of living things everywhere you look — from the North American Forest and African Savanna, to the Arctic Tundra and Tropical Coral Reef. This lavishly illustrated ...

Strange New Species

Scientists are discovering new species everyday. Why are so many new species turning up? Advancements in technologies allow scientists to safely study remote parts of the world that were previously impossible ...