The taiga is unlike any other place on Earth. It is the largest biome on Earth, with long, cold winters that can reach negative 65 degrees Fahrenheit! The plants, animals, and people that live in the taiga are built for survival. This book introduces readers to the landforms, climate, plants, animals, and people of the taiga, as well as the dangers it faces. Colorful photographs and engaging text serve as a passport to this one-of-a-kind biome.