Life in the boreal forest brenda z guiberson gennady spirin on amazoncom free shipping on qualifying offers a beautiful forest is in danger this non fiction book shows why the boreal forest is as big and important as tropical rain forests usa today the great northern forest the boreal forest is home to a unique ecosystem of animals and plants. While generally and for the most part life in the boreal forest reads flowingly and engagingly enough brenda z guibersons narrative is detailed and informative while gennady sirrins illustrations are simply glorious both mirroring and at times even expanding on the presented text i do kind of feel that there is a bit of a disconnect between parts of the written word and the desired . This is an interesting look into the interwoven lives of the creatures who make their home in the vast boreal forest guiberson does a nice job of introducing the reader to information about the forest itself its importance to the world and special characteristics of the animals themselves. Coniferous trees are the predominate type of plant life in the boreal or taiga forest these include plants such as firs pines larches hemlocks and spruces in addition to coniferous plants mosses and lichen are also found in these regions many animals take advantage of the coniferous plants that exist in the boreal forest. Get this from a library life in the boreal forest brenda z guiberson gennady spirin the boreal forest is buried in ice and snow during winter but in summer lakes teem with fish and bogs swarm with insects follow a snowshoe hare beavers a lynx and other animals as they survive
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