"Attractive and informative, this will be welcomed by young naturalists and their teachers. (Nonfiction. 8-12)"
In an apparently empty weedy area in the autumn woods, late rains begin a cycle of life in a Delaware vernal pool, providing a breeding place for 14 species of amphibians, as well as snakes, invertebrates and plants.
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