African Savanna by Donald Silver

African Savanna

byDonald Silver, Patricia Wynne

Paperback | March 22, 1997

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The African grasslands stretch across the continent below the Sahara. In a swuare of land about the size of a living room, children will see animals they might have encountered only at the zoo. . .discover the rewards and dangers of their natural home. . .and observe how these creatures live with each other in a changing, endangered environment. It's an exciting journey of discovery, coming to you from the One Small Square series of interactive science and nature books. . .where the next stop could be as near as your backyard or as far as half a world away.

About The Author

Donald M. Silver is the author of more than 40 science books for children and teachers alike. In addition to the award-winning One Small Square series, he has written The Animal World, Why Save the Rain Forest?, Extinction Is Forever, and The Dinosaur Activity Book—all illustrated by Patricia J. Wynne. Patricia J. Wynne’s illu...

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Title:African SavannaFormat:PaperbackDimensions:48 pages, 9 × 9 × 0.16 inPublished:March 22, 1997Publisher:McGraw-Hill Education

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:0070579318

ISBN - 13:9780070579316

Appropriate for ages: 6 - 9

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Table of Contents

Introduction.Up a Tree.The Tunnel Makers.Look Out Below! Open for Business.Ambush.Eat in Peace? Not a Chance! On the Prowl.On the Way.Danger Ahead.Not on Vacation.Meanwhile, Back at the Square.Don't Call 911.Getting the Job Done.

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This volume takes the reader far afield, to the African grasslands, stretching across the continent below the Sahara. In a square of land about the size of a livingroom, children will see animals they might have encountered only at the zoo, and learn how they live together in a changing, endangered environment. Full color.