Who Eats What?

Series of 12 titles

Whether in the ocean, on the prairie, or in the rain forest, it's eat or be eaten. This fascinating series explores the many links in a biome's food chain, introducing readers to producers, consumers, predators, and decomposers and exploring the role of each. Carefully leveled text and vibrant, full-color photos support early fluent readers and make reading informational text easy and fun. Includes infographics, glossary, and index.

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Title   ATOS Format Qty
Cover: Coral Reef Food Chains Coral Reef Food Chains 2.9
Cover: Forest Food Chains Forest Food Chains 2.9
Cover: Freshwater Food Chains Freshwater Food Chains 2.9
Cover: Mountain Food Chains Mountain Food Chains 2.9
Cover: Outback Food Chains Outback Food Chains 2.9
Cover: Savanna Food Chains Savanna Food Chains 2.8
Cover: Desert Food Chains Desert Food Chains 2.9
Cover: Ocean Food Chains Ocean Food Chains 2.9
Cover: Prairie Food Chains Prairie Food Chains 2.9
Cover: Rain Forest Food Chains Rain Forest Food Chains 2.9
Cover: Wetland Food Chains Wetland Food Chains 2.9
Cover: Arctic Food Chains Arctic Food Chains 2.9
Interest Level Kindergarten - Grade 3
Reading Level Kindergarten
Category Beginning Readers, STEM
Subject Animals, STEM
Copyright 2016
Publisher Jump!
Imprint Pogo Books
Language English
Number of Pages 24
Publication Date 2016-01-01
Dewey 577.160911-578.77
Graphics Full-color photographs
Dimensions 7.5 x 9
Lexile 480-580
Guided Reading Level J
ATOS Reading Level 2.8-2.9
Accelerated ReaderĀ® Points 0.5
Features Glossary of key words, Index, and Table of contents


Series Made Simple

This set is dedicated to introducing young readers to the concept of biomes. Opening chapters describe each biome in general terms, followed by brief examples of plants and animals and their respective roles within the chain, with closer looks at specific steps from producer to decomposer. The Prairie Food Chains sequence, for instance, includes grass, a prairie dog, a badger, and worms. A second example presents four horizontal images of steps in a chain, with numbers and arrows showing the progression. This varied repetition, supported by examples, builds on the main concept simply but effectively. The absence of more complex topics, such as food webs, matches the deliberately basic level of learning. Well-chosen photos depict hunting and eating without too much gore and feature helpful labels of the animal’s food chain role plus a simple food chain diagram. VERDICT Basic but well-conceived introductions to the topic.