The Tree Book for Kids and Their Grown-ups
As much as modern science instruction becomes increasingly dominated by a focus on technology and scientific abstractions, teachers, parents, and students will appreciate programs like these that return to the traditional focus on the wonders of nature.
About the text:
“How do trees grow? Why do leaves change color? What kind of tree is that? After you and your children read this book, you’ll know! Featuring 33 different trees that grow in North America, the Tree Book‘s beautiful illustrations show each tree as it appears in a particular season, as well as life-size depictions of its buds, leaf, flower, fruit, and seed. Histories of each tree bring to life its character and significance to us.
- Lovely, full-color illustrations on every page
- Simple-to-understand text, reviewed by the scientists and educators at Brooklyn Botanic Garden
- Glossary and resource sections”
(from the publisher)
The Set includes The Book of Trees, the Student Book, the Teacher Guide, The Tree Book For Kids and Their Grown-ups, and the Peterson First Guide to Trees of North America.
|Dimensions||11 x 8.5 x .5 in|
ASLA, Gina Ingoglia
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