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Do Plants Really Eat Insects? Questions and Answers About the Science of Plants

Series: Science FAQs Volume: 5
By: Thomas Canavan(Author)
32 pages, colour illustrations
Do Plants Really Eat Insects?
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About this book

Why do nettles sting? Do plants poo? How do plants know which way is up? In Do Plants Really Eat Insects? find out the answers to these questions and lots of other incredible facts about plants and trees. Bitesize chunks of information mean this book is full of stuff you've never even thought of on everything that is unique or impressive about the plants on Earth. Science FAQs is a series of 6 books that answer questions on everything from black holes to plant-eating insects in a fun and engaging way.



Age Level: 5 to 10 years

Contents

- It's a jungle out there!
- Try this for size
- Peckish plants
- Jobs to do
- Birds and bees...and trees
- Peculiar plants
- Changing nature
- Going to extremes
- Get a life
- Power plants
- Eat your greens!
- Don't be so wet!
- Just wondering
- Glossary
- Further reading & websites
- Index

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Series: Science FAQs Volume: 5
By: Thomas Canavan(Author)
32 pages, colour illustrations
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