Biology Basics: Need to Know
Bring biology to life with this curricular high-interest, low-reading level series. An engaging exploration of the living world keeps struggling readers interested while carefully leveled text paired with a dyslexic-friendly font and design make learning easy. Featured infographics and SilverTips for Success guide a review of key concepts from the book to reinforce comprehension and helps readers ace their next test.
|Grade 5 - Grade 7
|JNF051050, JNF051000, JNF051100
|Biology Basics: Need to Know
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Booklist Review of Biology Basics: Need to Know
These titles in the Biology Basics series explore important concepts about biology and the interrelationships of plants, animals, climates, and habitats. Each book will draw in readers with vibrant photos, engaging fact boxes, and compelling infographics that further illuminate the sometimes opaque scientific facts. Animal Classification examines the characteristics of various creatures and why we divide animals into different classes.
It also discusses oddball animals that are difficult to classify, such as bats and platypuses. Biomes explains the different com- munities in nature and the land, climate, and living creatures native to them. Food Webs highlights the role of producers, primary and second- ary consumers, apex predators, and decomposers involved in a food. web. This title also examines the consequence of the loss of one part of the food web, such as the death of plants from chemicals or the loss of an apex predator. Photosynthesis gives detailed information about the steps and materials necessary for plants to produce food and survive.
Each title contains bolded vocabulary, a glossary, and thought-provok- ing questions to aid the reader in expanding their understanding and thinking about the facts and concepts within the text. The series chal- lenges young readers to think more deeply about the relationships of the natural world and the importance of taking care of all the parts of our environment. —Alana Jara
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