This book tells you about food chains in the swamp and what happens in the swamp. But there aren’t very many words. It is kind of strange; it is just like, “Mosquitoes flit. Sit.” It is very short. But I like this book because it tells you about the book and the pictures are pretty. I like the picture of the fish under the mangrove trees. I liked the turtle pictures too; the turtles looked funny. But the alligators are my favorite, because I like their smiles! It talks about the food chains at the end of the book. It tells you a lot about the swamp. Here is one food chain: a mosquito is eating an alligator which is eating a turtle which is eating a frog which is eating a bass which is eating a crayfish which is eating a dragonfly which is eating a mosquito. The pictures in the book show all of this.
|Lola M. Schaefer, Paul Meisel, illustrator
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