Baker & Taylor Explains what a food chain is; describes how a backyard is home to plants that produce food, animals that eat plants, other animals, or both, and such decomposers as bacteria; and outlines a backyard food web.
Rosen Pub Group Every backyard is its own habitat for many different living things. Readers learn how these living things are connected as they pass energy to one another. Plants, insects, mammals, and other creatures are linked through backyard food chains, and, as readers will see, these food chains come together to form a large backyard food web. A helpful food web diagram is presented alongside engaging text and fact boxes. Readers see even the tiniest backyard critters up close through colorful, detailed photographs.