There are freshwater marshes in every county of every state in the United States, as well as in every country of the world except Antarctica. And in every marsh, there is an opportunity to view dozens of species of animal life. Written in a rhyming cumulative style like The House that Jack Built, At the Marsh in the Meadow portrays the wetlands food chain, showing how all forms of life, from the mud at the bottom of the marsh to the birds in the sky, are directly connected to their marsh home. Author Jeanie Mebane has worked with the National Park Service and U. S. Forest Service, and has lived near or worked at marshes from Florida to Arizona and Alaska.
|Book Title||ISBN #||Copyright||CDN List||Disc. %||Disc. Price||Status|
|At the Marsh in the Meadow||9781585369584||2016||$24.30||20%||$19.44||Available|
|At the Marsh in the Meadow||9781585369799||2016 (PB)||$12.15||20%||$9.72||Available|