Ships from and sold by Beenies Books. Rebecca L. Johnson has written dozens of national award-winning books that highlight why science is such an exciting endeavor: there are no shortages of new species, remarkable adaptations, and fresh insights into life on earth. She believes that scientists have the world's best jobs, and has been fortunate to work with many of them in far-flung corners of the planet, including Antarctica's frozen interior and the ocean's abyss.
As you walk through this incredible biome. A Walk in the Desert (Biomes of North America) Paperback.
Rebecca Johnson and Phyllis Saroff. Instructional Materials. In can be used in conjunction with other books in this series (A Walk in the Deciduous Forest, A Walk in the Rain Forest, A Walk in the Prairie, A Walk in the Tundra, A Walk in the Boreal Forest, A Journey in the Ocean, A Journey in the Estuary) to compare and contrast the adaptations of plants and animals in different habitats.
Walk in the Desert book. The illustrations, created by Phyllis V. Saroff, are beautiful and unique, a fun addition to photographs, that offer bonus information throughout the book. Take a walk through the desert. A Walk in the Desert offers all the basic text features as most informational books in a more subtle and realistic approach that children can learn from and enjoy.
This hot, dry biome of the southwest is full of life. How do plants and animals of the desert live? As you wander through the desert, discover how each and every plant and animal relies on the others to live and grow.
Creator: Rebecca L. Produced by Phyllis V. Book by Johnson, Rebecca . Book by Johnson, Rebecca L. Visit. Many children believe that the desert habitat is a hot and desolate place, devoid of life. The children's books on this page bring this fascinating and varied ecosystem to life!
Take a walk through the desert. This hot, dry biome of the southwest is full of life. How do plants and animals of the desert live? As you wander through the desert, discover how each and every plant and animal relies on the others to live and grow.