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Features many layers of information. The main text provides a general survey of the defining traits of mountain habitats. The illustrations and captions provide additional details, such as the names of different mountains and animal inhabitants. At the book's conclusion, each illustration is presented in a smaller format with a very detailed paragraph of explanation. As a result, the book provides options that will keep readers coming back to it for a few years.
Publisher Summary
A beginner's guide to mountains that is an informative and beautiful resource for young students.

This volume from the acclaimed About Habitats series uses simple, easy-to-understand language to teach children what mountains are and what kinds of animals and plants live there.

Noted wildlife illustrator John Sill provides stunning and realistic illustrations to depict the diversity of mountain landscapes―from the snow-covered peaks of the Himalaya Mountains to the forested slopes of the Appalachians. A glossary and afterword provide more details for further learning.

Perfect for early childhood and elementary units on geography, nature, and environment.
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