Ubiquitous: Celebrating Nature's SurvivorsReviews
- Number of Pages: 40
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Joyce Sidman lives in Minnesota, exactly where she battles dandelions with great respect for their survival methods. comAuthor: Joyce Sidman Illustrator: Beckie Prange Publisher:Houghton Mifflin Books for Children Published Date:04/05/2010Format:Hardcover ISBN:0618717196#of pages:#N/A Her 1st book received a Caldecott Honor. com Beckie Prange lives in Ely, Minnesota, where she spends as much time as possible in the woods looking at lichens, crows, and other hardy northern species. beckieprange. joycesidman.
Ubiquitous (yoo-bik-wi-tuhs) : Something that is (or appears to be) everywhere at precisely the same time. (Because its wings mutated and hardened ). Just how do they grow to be ubiquitous? How did the gecko survive 160 million years? When 99 percent of all life types on earth have become extinct, why do some survive? (by becoming nocturnal and developing sticky toe pads.) How did the shark and the crow and the tiny ant survive millions and millions of years? Why is the beetle, born 265 million years ago, nonetheless with us today? And survive not just in one distinct place, but in many places: in deserts, in ice, in lakes and puddles, inside houses and forest and farmland?
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