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A Log's Life

By:  Wendy Pfeffer Illustrator: Robin Brickman
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  • Item #: NTS140509
  • ISBN13: 9781416934837
  • Format: Paperback Book
  • Pages: 32
  • Publisher: SIS - SIMON AND SCHUSTER
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  • Grades: 1 - 3
  • Lexile® Measure: AD730L
  • Guided Reading Level: GR Level N
  • DRA Level: 28-30
  • ACR Level: 3.5
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Description

When a tree falls in the forest, what is its fate? And what happens to the animals who've depended on it?

Through the simple yet dramatic story of a tree's life, death, and decomposition, A Log's Life illustrates the interdependence of living creatures. A great oak tree provides food or shelter for squirrels, a porcupine, carpenter ants, fungi, slugs, and more. When lightning strikes, it topples to become a giant log. Now spiders, millipedes, termites, a porcupine, salamanders, etc. move in. Over time the log decays and collapses, driving the animals to find new homes. Moss carpets the log, breaking it down further; it becomes dirt. Then an acorn falls in the rich earth, and grows into another great oak tree, which is eventually struck down in another storm to become another giant log.

RELATED SUBJECTS: Habitats and Ecosystems , Insects , Reading

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