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Endangered Biomes: Rain Forests By Donna Latham
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How have plants and animals adapted to the climate of the rainforest? What eats what in the rainforest? Is there a reason so many animals live up in the trees? Why is the rainforest important? Find... More > out the answers to these questions and more. Endangered Biomes: Rainforests investigates the cycle of life in our planet’s rainforest biome. See how environmental threats endanger the balance of life in this hot, humid place, and why this matters. Learn what you can do to protect the rainforest!< Less
Johny Saves the Rain Forest! By Livy Routledge
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Johny Saves the Rain Forest! By Livy Routledge
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The Rain forest By Marlio da Silva
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Spy Lizardz- Rain Forest Extraction By Fredrick Haddad
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This is an exciting adventure of four 12 year olds. These boys and girls must save the world from destruction. Only they must do it as tiny lizards to avoid detection. Once changed into tiny lizards... More > with genetic technology they are dropped deep inside the rain forest jungle. In the deep rain forest jungle they must face great dangers just to get to the hidden hideout. Then they must defeat the evil terrorists to save the free world. Who will survive!? Will they defeat the evil terrorists!? Will they just become lunch!?< Less
Nafanua: Saving the Samoan Rain Forest By Paul Alan Cox
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Ethnobotanist Paul Alan Cox traveled with his family to a remote Samoan village at the edge of a rain forest to search for new leads in treating cancer. Working with both native healers and the U.S.... More > National Cancer Institute, Cox discovered a promising new plant-derived drug, prostratin, for an equally serious malady: AIDS. The promise of this new drug lead was soon overshadowed by news that a logging company had started to destroy the rain forest where Cox first collected the plant that yielded prostratin. Cox launched an international campaign to stop the logging of the Falealupo Rain Forest. In Nafanua, he tells the moving story of those efforts, and his involvement in related campaigns to create a U.S. National Park in American Samoa and to place Samoa’s endangered flying foxes under international protection. Cox’s conservation efforts, however, were ultimately followed by a devastating series of events that threatened the lives of himself, his family, the villagers, and everything they had worked for.< Less
Rain Festival! By Heather Varkarotas
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"Rain Festival!" is a well written and beautifully illustrated children's book about the animals of the rainforest singing and dancing in jubilation to the rhythm of their fascinating home.... More > "Rain Festival!" shows indirectly how important it is to save our rainforests. The vibrant illustrations invite children to celebrate along with the rainforest animals. Children and adults alike will enjoy this delightful story!< Less
The Dancing Tiger who Lived in the Rain Forest and had to Learn to Share By Eli Brown-Martin
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This book is about a dancing tiger who lives in the rain forest and has to learn to share before his life is ruined.
Your Face is a Forest By Rhyd Wildermuth
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The tea-soaked and rain-drenched musings of a nomadic punk bard. Encounters with the gods, the dead, and the spirits of forest and stream. Musings for the dreaming rebel in the leaf-strewn tavern,... More > the urban poet following the course of buried rivers beneath her feet, and all those who await the return of the gods and the uprising of the trees.< Less
The People That Melt in The Rain, issue 1 By Carolyn Watson-Dubisch, Michael Dubisch
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The moment that 12 year old Laura arrives in her new home town of Deluge, a rain of large green frogs falls from the sky. In the days that follow, she discovers a forest of tiny creatures in her... More > neighbor's cupboard and a terrible curse upon the whole town. An old witch and the town's weatherman struggle for power and it's up to Laura to save the people that melt in the rain.< Less