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A Day in the Salt Marsh Reviews

UPDATE TIME: 2018-11-05 
Review Score: 4 out of 5 star From 10 user ratings
ISBN:193435919X
LANGUAGE:English

"In rhyming text that is fun to read aloud, this book describes one day in a salt marsh, encouraging readers to pay attention to the living things that inhabit the marsh. Because of the description of blue crabs, river otters, cordgrass, blue herons, oysters, and periwinkle snails, among others, readers come to realize that there is much more to a marsh than water and grass. It's rather interesting to learn about how salt is removed from the water by the plants that grow there. With beautiful illustrations and teaching activities, this book should be a useful addition to any elementary classroom exploring complicated ecosystems. The links between species and the environment are made quite clear here. " said.

" A beautifully illustrated book in rhyming verse takes the reader through one day in a salt marsh. Through the tides the landscape changes incredibly, and we are introduced to the plants and animals of this ecosystem. Excellent supplement to the study of habitats and includes supporting educational back matter. " said.

"In rhyming text that is fun to read aloud, this book describes one day in a salt marsh, encouraging readers to pay attention to the living things that inhabit the marsh. Because of the description of blue crabs, river otters, cordgrass, blue herons, oysters, and periwinkle snails, among others, readers come to realize that there is much more to a marsh than water and grass. It's rather interesting to learn about how salt is removed from the water by the plants that grow there. With beautiful illustrations and teaching activities, this book should be a useful addition to any elementary classroom exploring complicated ecosystems. The links between species and the environment are made quite clear here. " said.

"In rhyming text that is fun to read aloud, this book describes one day in a salt marsh, encouraging readers to pay attention to the living things that inhabit the marsh. Because of the description of blue crabs, river otters, cordgrass, blue herons, oysters, and periwinkle snails, among others, readers come to realize that there is much more to a marsh than water and grass. It's rather interesting to learn about how salt is removed from the water by the plants that grow there. With beautiful illustrations and teaching activities, this book should be a useful addition to any elementary classroom exploring complicated ecosystems. The links between species and the environment are made quite clear here. " said.

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