Each book in the "Habitats" series has been designed to open young children's eyes to the natural world around them. Each book studies one of the four main habitats and looks at how animals, fish, insects, plants and birds live there. "Life Underground" tells the story of a family of rabbits living in the woods. There is plenty of food for them to eat, but they must look out for the hunters with their guns and dogs. The rabbits dig themselves a burrow. They dig down through plant roots, soil, stones, and the roots of a large tree. Their burrow crosses the tunnel dug by a mole, and they come across ants and worms which are also tunneling through the ground. Finally, when the nest is ready a litter of baby rabbits is born. Roger Coote has written a number of other Firefly titles, including those in the "My World" and "Journeys" series. Diana Bentley has acted as language advisor and consultant on a large number of children's books.
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Descripción Paperback. Estado de conservación: Fair. Nº de ref. de la librería PL01547745B