Survival! Desert is an expository text about what to do if you are lost in the desert, including information on deserts around the world, keeping a good attitude, planning your survival, people who live in the desert, animals and plants in the desert, finding food sources, and getting help. The style is conversational and informative.
A variety of sentence types is used. Information is presented by the main text, captioned photographs, illustrations, diagrams, maps, tables, lists, and text boxes that highlight definitions and interesting facts. A Contents, glossary, index, bibliography, and websites for further research are provided.
New terminology such as consequences, dehydrated, and heat exhaustion is defined in context. The contractions isn’t, let’s, it’s, and you’ll are used.
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Invoice Title: SURVIVAL! DESERT