How Plants Defend Themselves

Self-defense is an important part of life in the natural world, and some plants have developed cool ways to keep themselves safe. Some, like cacti, have their own spikes and thorns. Others, like some nightshade plants, can poison animals — and people — who try to eat them. Readers discover these and other plant defenses as they independently explore the detailed text and accompanying diagrams. Clear labels and a helpful glossary allow readers to familiarize themselves with new science terms, and vivid, full-color photographs show these helpful plant adaptations in stunning detail. Readers can also dive deeper into this topic through activities.

Library Bound Book List: $28.88 / S&L: $23.10
eBook List: $28.88 / S&L: $23.10

Reading Level: 2-3

Interest Level: 2-5

Product type: Library Bound Book
ISBN: 978-1-5345-4561-8
Copyright: 2024
Language: English

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