2 edition of Plants that feed us. found in the catalog.
Plants that feed us.
Carroll Lane Fenton
|Contributions||Kitchen, Herminie Broedel, 1901-,|
|LC Classifications||QK98.5 F37 1962|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||100|
secondary consumers. Animals and people who eat BOTH animals and plants are called omnivores. Then there are decomposers, fungi and bacteria that feed on the dead through the breakdown of organic matter and eventual absorption by the Size: 1MB. Plants are able to make their own food by capturing the energy from sunlight to convert carbon dioxide and water into sugar. But, in order to stay healthy and bear flowers and fruit, they take additional nutrients out of the soil or compost, so it’s important to provide them with supplementary fertiliser.
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Plants Feed Me is a quality informational text about plants. The book teaches readers how plants grow, parts of a plant and the different part of a plant we eat.
In the classroom: A read aloud to introduce a plant unit in early elementary classrooms. Colorful pictures and simple text for emergent readers.4/5. Plants Feed Me explores the different types of seeds we eat— beans, nuts, rice, and even how wheat is ground into flour and used to make many other types of food.
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The Amazon Book Review Author interviews, book reviews, editors' picks, and more. Reviewed in the United States on Decem Verified Purchase/5(). Plants Feed Me. Now available from Holiday House. Hardbound ISBN: Paperback ISBN In this easy-to-read non-fiction picture book about the plants that feed us, our narrator takes us to the farm, the orchard, and the community garden to discover the visual and taste appeal of the food growing all around us.
Includes bibliographical references of other books by the author (p. ) Plants that feed us: the story of grains and vegetables Item PreviewPages: Ocean Sunlight: How Tiny Plants Feed the Seas, is a childrens nonfiction book about ocean life.
It is full of simple facts for students to learn about. The book talks about tiny plants that make up the ocean and all of the animals that these plants feed. The words are short and sweet on the pages and written in poem like format/5.
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Book Review: How Plants Conquered the Earth. Many plants do act like parents, such as adult trees that feed light-starved saplings via underground fungal networks. This kind of relationship goes largely unnoticed by humans, who may think of trees as little more than carbon-gobblers.
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Organized by plant communities, the book profiles over 65 perennial native plants of the Midwest, Great Lakes region, Northeast and southern Canada and the pollinators, beneficial insects and flower visitors the plants attract. This simplest of informational picture books offers a sensible, sunny celebration of the plants—specifically the parts of plants—that we eat.
The opening scene shows a boy seated at table surrounded by a rich harvest. He’s holding a watermelon rind that mirrors the wide grin he wears, helping to set the good-natured tone of the : Lizzy Rockwell.Most plants grow from seeds.
For months or even years a seed may remain dormant (inactive). Inside the seed is an embryo: the basic parts from which a young plant, or seedling, develops.
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