Secrets of the Garden: Food Chains and the Food Web in Our Backyard
By Kathleen Weidner Zoehfeld Dragonfly Books, 2014
ISBN: 0385753640 Ages: 5-8
There are food chains and food webs right in your own backyard. See what can be found in Alice's yard and compare it to your own. Gardens are a great place to see nature at work. Maybe you will want to plant one of your own gardens so you can watch the food web happen.
Forest Food Webs in Action
By Paul Fleisher Lerner Publishing Group, 2013
ISBN: 1467715530 Ages: 5-10
We all know about the bears, squirrels, and insects that live in the forest. But there are lots more animals that eat and die in the forest that contribute to the health of the environment. People have an effect on the forest too.
What Are Food Chains and Webs? (The Science of Living Things)
By Bobby Kalman Crabtree Publishing, 2009
ISBN: 0778776379 Ages: 4-8
Learn all about food webs and food chains. Great pictures and diagrams help to explain the interaction between various living things and their food. Easy to read text covers herbivores, carnivores and omnivores and decomposers. Read about the difference in food chains from different parts of the world.
Who Eats What? Food Chains and Food Webs
By Patricia Lauber Collins Publishing, 1994
ISBN: 0064451305 Ages: 4-8
This is another in the series of Let's-Read-and-Find-Out Science leveled readers. A great book to have in the primary grades for explaining food chains and webs.
Shark Snacks: Food Chains and Webs
by Richard Spilsbury Heinemann-Raintree, 2005
ISBN: 1410919730 Ages: young adult
Take a look at a food web in the ocean. Detailed photos make this book fairly graphic and more appropriate for young adult readers.
Food Chains and Webs: What Are They And How Do They Work?
by Andrew Solway Rourke Publishing, 2007
ISBN: 1600446019 Ages: 9-12
An investigation into food chains and food webs. Learn how the food energy moves from herbivores to carnivores and then on to decomposers.
Learning About Food Chains and Food Webs with Graphic Organizers
by Julie Fiedler Powerkids Press, 2006
ISBN: 1404234128 Ages: 9-12
Teachers will find this one to be a great addition to their classroom for the cross curricular aspects of learning about food chains and food webs using graphic organizers.
What Is an Herbivore? (Look, Listen, Learn)
By Bobbie Kalman Crabtree Publishing, 2007
ISBN: 0778776662 Ages: 4-8
Great text and pictures explains the herbivore to young readers. Includes a CD.
Also in this series:
What is a Carnivore?
by Bobbie Kalman Crabtree Publishing, 2007
ISBN: 0778732746 Ages: 9-12
Find out about predators and prey. What skills and tools does a carnivore need to hunt other animals for food?
Decomposers (With Web Access)
By Megan Lappi Av2 by Weigl Publishers, 2011
ISBN: 1616907185 Ages: 9-12
Learn how decomposers fit in to the food chain and their contributions to our environment. Find out why we could not survive without them.