How do different plants eat, and where do they get their energy from? Learn about photosynthesis and different types of carnivorous plants in the in the Spanish children's book Plantas hambrientas.
This children's science book takes students on an educational journey to learn how plants create or catch their food. The nonfiction book features a photo glossary, new vocabulary words, an extension activity, and meets NGSS life science standards.
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"This series includes basic information about life science, plant biology, animal science, and the ways in which plants and animals are interdependent in their respective ecosystems. Plant reproduction, farming, insects, and how animals and plants coexist for survival are covered in this series through quality photographs and simple captions of text. A limited number of words are included on each page, making this an excellent series for diverse readers who are interested in science topics. A photo glossary, new vocabulary words, and a post-reading activity at the end of each book will aid in comprehension while inspiring real-life connections to real-world science situations. VERDICT This accessible series is perfect for STEM classrooms and libraries."
School Library Journal, November 2022