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The tree book, for kids and their grown-ups, written and illustrated by Gina Ingoglia, ASLA

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The tree book, for kids and their grown-ups, written and illustrated by Gina Ingoglia, ASLA
Language
eng
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (page 93) and index
Illustrations
illustrations
Index
index present
Literary Form
non fiction
Main title
The tree book
Nature of contents
bibliography
Oclc number
863078162
Responsibility statement
written and illustrated by Gina Ingoglia, ASLA
Sub title
for kids and their grown-ups
Summary
The first part of this clearly-written book is about trees in general--their structure, how they grow and reproduce, and other interesting facts. The second part will help readers identify and learn about more than thirty different kinds of trees found in North America. The author's beautiful drawings illustrate many carefully-observed details
Table Of Contents
Getting to know trees -- How does a tree "eat and drink" -- Better beleaf it! -- How leaves change color -- Which comes first : flowers or fruit? -- What goes on inside a cone? -- Don't foget the bark! -- The inside story -- Winter clues -- Why do we need trees? -- Trees
Target audience
juvenile
Classification
Illustrator
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