Red Tail Publishing

Timber in the Working Forest

by Mary A Livingston, Tim Livingston

Tat-a-tat-pat the woodpecker sounds. Whirrrrrr-irrrrrr-boop-boop-boop the biologist radio tunes. Rhrrr. Rhrr. The chainsaw grunts. The working forest is abuzz with activity as foresters, scientists, and
loggers work together for a healthy forest. Wildlife biologists study the animals. Botanists study the plants. Archaeologists study human history. Foresters pull it all together for a plan to take care of the forest. Loggers follow the plan to harvest trees for wood. Ecological balance and sustainability are their focus when harvesting trees for wood. Written in a light, lyrical style, “Timber in the Working Forest” is a fun and lively read. Working Forest Extra Stuff includes More About Foresters, More About Loggers, A Closer Look at Cogeneration, Recycled Paper Recipe, Tree Products List, Glossary. Story: 863 words. Working Forest Extra Stuff : 2504 words. Total: 3367 words.

A few pages from inside the Book

  • Paperback ISBN-13:  978-1941950098
  • English
  • Pages: 104
  • Words: 863 
  • Age: Six to Twelve years
  • Lexile Reading Level
  • Grade Reading Level: Third to Sixth
  • Educational content:  2504 words
  • Author:  Mary A Livingston
  • Illustrator: Tim Livingston