|aPhotosynthesis|bchanging sunlight into food|cBobbie Kalman.
|aNew York, NY|bCrabtree Pub. Co.|c.
|a32 p.|bcolor ill.|c25 cm.
|aFirst plants -- What are plants? -- How plants make food - - It happens in the leaves -- Food factories -- Roots find water -- Jobs of stems -- Desert photosynthesis -- Ocean photosynthesis -- Energy from the sun -- Energy is passedalong -- Photosynthesis and you -- Plants in winter -- Test your plant IQ -- Amazing plants! -- Words to learn and Index.
This book is intended for ages 6-10. Photosynthesis is the basis for all life on Earth This exciting and sensitive book looks at how plants use a gas that is poisonous to people and animals to create food and oxygen for all creatures with the help of the Sun. Children will be amazed by the little chloroplast factories inside the leaves of plants and become aware of how important plants really are Children of all ages will love this book The topics include: the basic parts of plants, including roots, stems, and leaves and their jobs; the ways in which plants have adapted to perform photosynthesis in deserts; ocean photosynthesis; and how energy from plants is passed along food chains.