There is a wide variety of plant life on Earth, from tiny aquatic species deep in the sea to the massive redwoods that populate northern California. This series delves deep into the fascinating world of plants, their traits and processes, and their relationship with other organisms. Readers will learn about how and where different types of plants grow as well as fascinating revelations, including how plants use chemical signals and smells to communicate with each other and the world at large. Furthermore, each book explores how human activity impacts plants and their environments, giving readers a respect for plants and a sense of responsibility in how they interact with our planet. Features include: Aligns with Next Generation Science Standards for understanding ecosystems and biological evolution and diversity. Encourages students to think critically about nature and how humans impact Earth. Highlights the diversity of plant life around the world and how plants adapt to different living conditions and environments.
Number of Titles: 6
Interest Level: Grades 1-5
Guided Reading Level: J-L
Lexile Level: 690-900
ISBN: 9781538303177 (Print) 9781625136312 (E-book)