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Cactus Desert (One Small Square)

Donald M. Silver

Cactus Desert (One Small Square)

by Donald M. Silver

  • 201 Want to read
  • 12 Currently reading

Published by Turtleback Books Distributed by Demco Media .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Activity programs,
  • Desert ecology,
  • Juvenile literature,
  • Study and teaching,
  • Children: Grades 2-3

  • The Physical Object
    FormatTurtleback
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL10942936M
    ISBN 100606281444
    ISBN 109780606281447

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Cactus Desert (One Small Square) by Donald M. Silver Download PDF EPUB FB2

A venerable saguaro cactus stands like a statue in the hot desert landscape, its armlike branches reaching fifty feet into the air. From a distance it appears to be completely still and solitary--but appearances can be deceptive. In fact, this giant tree of the desert is alive with activity. Its spiny trunk and branches are home to a surprising /5(27).

Cactus Desert is just one of the exciting, vibrantly illustrated volumes in the critically acclaimed One Small Square series of science and nature books for children ages 6 - 9.

Each book includes: stunning full-color illustrations of each habitat and its creatures; motivating experiments and activities, along with clear, diagrammed /5(12).

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Silver. It’s a sun-scorched world where clouds rarely come and nothing seems to move. That is, until children ages 6 - 9 up look a little closer to find tortoises, toads, Free shipping over $/5(2). Rev. Teresa Wairimu Kinyanjui Books, Nairobi, Kenya. 14, likes 66 talking about this. Reverend Teresa Wairimu KinyanjuiFollowers: 14K.

Desert Giant is a book all about saguaro cactus. In the book we learn where you can find saguaro cactus, how tall they can grow to be, how it survives, and what it does for the environment.

You also learn about how other animals interact with the cactus. Cactus Desert book i am from Arizona, so I really love cactus which made me really like this book/5. “The Cactus Desert book Cactus is an extraordinary book written by extraordinary people.

The authors not only summarize all you need to know about this iconic cactus, they share a wealth of new information about its relationship with the Sonoran Desert.”—David E. Brown, Natural History Collections, Arizona State University. Cottontop cactus A selection from: Sun, Sand and Solitude By Randall Henderson Here’s a solution for those who are appalled at the thought of mastering all those tongue-twisting names the scientists have given the various species of cactus which grow on the desert.

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Teresia Wairimu Kinyanjui. Cactus desert. [Donald M Silver; Patricia Wynne] -- A close look at the desert creatures shows how they react with one another in this ecosystem. Each book focuses on a small part of a specific ecosystem, revealing the interaction between plants, Read more Reviews.

User-contributed reviews. Tags. Add tags for. Cactus in the desert. New York: Crowell, © (OCoLC) Online version: Busch, Phyllis S. Cactus in the desert. New York: Crowell, © (OCoLC) Material Type: Juvenile audience: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Phyllis S.

A cactus (plural cacti, cactuses, or less commonly, cactus) is a member of the plant family Cactaceae, a family comprising about genera with some known species of the order Caryophyllales. The word "cactus" derives, through Latin, from the Ancient Greek κάκτος, kaktos, a name originally used by Theophrastus for a spiny plant whose identity is now not : Tracheophytes.

Complete guide to the Cactus flora of Colorado. 24 species and varieties, including 2 new species with range maps and taxonomic keys. Over pictures and diagrams including technical taxonomic species comparisons with text and photos.

History of Colorado botanist, vegetation, overview of ecological regions and life zones. Here at Desert Cactus Booth we take photos with a modern twist. We do this through our sleek noninvasive booth that takes fun photos/boomerangs/gifs, and modern backgrounds. Our booth is made to party and leave a lasting impression to your guest.

We strive to give a fun and professional experience. This pattern is for the Desert Cactus. These cacti patterns are also incredibly adaptive and you can use the basic parts to create hundreds of unique cacti, you can even combine the different variations in the same pot.

This mini series include 4 variations of basic Cacti: Prickly Pear Cactus. Cactus & Succulents Travel Size Coloring Book. This cactus-themed coloring book by OOLY is travel size — 6× inches — and includes 24 pages to color.

The book’s pages have rounded corners (sort of unique feature for a coloring book) and they are printed front and back, making it more suited to colored pencils than markers. a desert, a giant cactus, and the animals who live in it--is one that even the youngest child will understand and s' Choice AwardIRA-CBC Teachers' ChoiceAn NSTA-CBC Outstanding Science Trade BookAn NCTE Notable Trade Book in the Language ArtsFile Size: KB.

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Discover genuine guest reviews for Tangerine Cactus Desert Cottage along with the latest prices and availability – book now.5/5(26). Cactus, flowering plant family comprising genera and nearly 2, species, all of which are native to the New World with one possible exception.

Most cacti feature thick photosynthetic stems and leaves that are modified as spines. Learn more about the members and physical characteristics of the family. Cactus Roots Gather Water Quickly And Efficiently After Brief Desert Rains.

Desert cacti live in arid regions that get very little precipitation. When it does rain, it comes in short bursts. So cactus adaptations to collect water quickly and efficiently before the moisture evaporates away in the dry air are essential for the plant to survive.

Cactus is a 1 Common collection block found within the Mushroom Desert and can be found in player islands through Cactus Minions and Desert Islands. Collecting cactus grants +2 Farming XP.

Cactus Collection Edit. Collecting cactus increases the player's cactus collection and can grant useful items or perks upon collecting a specific amount of : 1Common.Cacti of the Desert Southwest Meg Quinn Purchase: Also published inMeg Quinn must have finished this book shortly after The Cactus Family was released, since she based the scientific names in her book Cacti of the Desert Southwest on those listed in The Cactus Family.

The nomenclature used in this book is therefore up-to-date.This cactus is commonly known as the Bird's Nest cactus, it's a small cactus with large clumps of fleshy stems clustering from the lower part.

Its body is very green, with curly orange and yellow thorn that curve back into the body. It produces adorable small white flowers. Frost tolerance: Hardy to 28°F (-2°C) Minimum avg. temperature: 50°F.