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An engaging look at the ways that people interact with plants and animals.
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A former elementary school teacher, Jennifer Boothroyd has written many children's nonfiction books and teaching guides. She lives with her family in Chaska, MN.From Booklist:
With a clear, full-color photo and a short caption on each page, this small, square title shows how people across the globe use land, animals, and plants to grow food, make clothes, keep warm, and have fun. The upbeat message is tempered at book’s end, where a double-page spread entitled “People Hurt the Environment” explains, in words and small pictures, the harm caused by various human activities: throwing away too much trash, driving too many cars, cutting down trees, and spraying chemicals. A subsequent spread suggests ways of treating the earth more respectfully, by recycling, taking public transport, planting trees, and more. Part of the new First Step Nonfiction–Ecology series, this is an excellent starting point for discussion with young readers at home and in the classroom. An illustrated glossary concludes. Grades K-2. --Hazel Rochman
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