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Seek & Find Biomes - Tundra • Alpine • Forest • Rainforest • Savanna • Grassland • Desert • Freshwater • Marine - cover

Seek & Find Biomes - Tundra • Alpine • Forest • Rainforest • Savanna • Grassland • Desert • Freshwater • Marine

Jorrien Peterson

Publisher: Gibbs Smith

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Summary

In Seek & Find Biomes, explore your world top to bottom with nine unique biomes to learn what makes each one totally unique and see if you can spot the recurring shapes hidden throughout the illustrations. Seek and find these creatures and many more in their natural biomes. A helpful glossary provides details for further discovery.

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