GrasslandsBook - 2005
Few, if any, trees grow in the open spaces called grasslands. Prairies are wide, tumbling seas of grass, with tough, hardy plants that cover thick carpets of tangled roots in rich soil. Meadows spread out in lowlands, midlands, shorelands, and on mountains tops. Creatures who live on or in these grassy jungles feast on plant life (and each other), burrow in the soil, and thrive in their non-woody homes.
Publisher: Detroit : Blackbirch Press : Thomson/Gale, 2005.
Characteristics: 48 pages :,color illustrations ;,20 x 24 cm.