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Plants Out of Place (Let's Explore Science) Library Binding – August 1, 2010
Offering both big-picture overviews and high-interest stats for young fact-hounds, titles in the Let’s Explore Science series target a broad age range of students. Plants out of Place takes a lively look at invasive plants, a topic rarely covered so fully in youth books, and shows both the destruction that non-native plants cause and what can be done about it. In each title, well-chosen boxed examples, abundant color photos, diagrams, and an appended glossary add interest and support the engaging texts, which employ both unusual facts and direct questions to help young people grasp abstract concepts and develop appreciation for science and technology’s marvels. Grades 4-7. --Gillian Engberg
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children and their parents about invasive plants. It
is a subject that needs more attention. It is not just
neecessary to know about the plants that should be
out there, but about the ones that could take over
areas from native species because they have invaded
or been mistakenly introduced into an area where
they do not belong. This book gives anybody a good
basic idea of how extensive & serious this problem is.