Trees, Leaves, Flowers and Seeds
A Visual Encyclopedia of the Plant Kingdom
Juvenile: Age (years) from 9 - 12, Grade (US) from 4 - 7
JUVENILE NONFICTION / Science & Nature / Flowers & Plants
Sep 03, 2019
8.81 x 11.19 x 0.73 in
A unique guide to the extraordinary world of plants, from the smallest seeds to the tallest trees.
Packed with more than 1,000 incredible images and full of fascinating facts, this beautiful children’s book takes you on an exciting adventure through the wonders of the plant kingdom.
Explore the incredible world of plants, from the smallest seeds to the tallest trees. Find out about the weirdest, smelliest, and deadliest flowers. Which plants eat insects? How do cacti store water? What flower looks like a bee? Where is the tallest tree in the world? Trees, Leaves, Flowers & Seeds explores the mysterious world of plants to find the answers to these and many more questions.
Each type of plant - such as a flowering plant, a tree, a grass, or cactus - is examined close-up, with examples shown from all angles and in cross-section. Picture-filled galleries also show the wonderful variety of plants on different themes, from the habitats they grow in to the plants that supply us with our staple foods. But Trees, Leaves, Flowers & Seeds also takes a fun, more sideways look at some truly strange plants, such as trees with fruit like gigantic fingers, orchids that look like a monkey’s face, seeds that spin like helicopters, and trees that drip poison.
So open this amazing book and find out more about the world of trees, leaves, flowers, and seeds.
Part of the popular The Animal Book series.
Produced in association with the Smithsonian Institution.
Combines a winning photo-packed format with an original editorial approach that includes crystal-clear text and fun facts.
Includes informative openers, glorious picture galleries, and stunning double-page images.
Marketing: Social media campaign across all platforms
Cross promotion with Smithsonian
Feature on dk.com
National trade/education press outreach
Educational awards nominee