Take a walk in the desert. It's hot and dry—and full of life. An elf owl peers out at you from its home, a hole in a saguaro cactus. Nearby, a desert tortoise stretches its neck to nibble on a wildflower. From the thick green stems of cacti to fluffy jackrabbits, the desert is teeming with life. Narrative text and you-are-there photos put the reader in the middle of this misunderstood biome and critical habitat.
Lerner Publishing Group
|Author||Rebecca L. Johnson|
|Publisher||Lerner Publishing Group|
|Series||Biomes of North America|