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Plants and Trees


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Fruit Is a Suitcase for Seeds
Fruit Is a Suitcase for Seeds
by Jean Richards and Anca Hariton
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"[C]arefully worded information...cleverly presented book." School Library... (read more)

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A Forest Habitat (Introducing Habitats)
A Forest Habitat (Introducing Habitats)
by Bobbie Kalman
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Introduces the forest habitats that exist around the world and the various animals that live in them, including bears, chipmunks, and woodpeckers.... (read more)

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Life Skills #2: Dig, Plant, and Grow!
Life Skills #2: Dig, Plant, and Grow!
by Louise Spilsbury
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Just imagine being able to pick and eat your own, home-grown fruit or giving someone a bouquet of flowers that youve raised yourself! Dig, Plant, and Grow! offers step-by-step guidelines for the novice gardener to help you achieve a successful crop of... (read more)

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Spring Blossoms
Spring Blossoms
by Carole Gerber
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Carole Gerber is the author of many books for children, including LEAF JUMPERS, WINTER TREES, and ARCTIC DREAMS. She lives in Columbus, Ohio.... (read more)

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Carrots (Plants Life Cycles)
Carrots (Plants Life Cycles)
by Gail Saunders Smith
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In simple text and photographs describes the growing cycle of the carrot, from planting through cooking and eating.... (read more)

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Who Will Plant a Tree?
Who Will Plant a Tree?
by Jerry Pallotta
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From the apple seeds stuck to the fur of a bear to the pine seed carried by an army of ants, Mother Nature is given a hand in dispersing seeds.... (read more)

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The Tremendous Tree Book
The Tremendous Tree Book
by Barbara Brenner
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This delightful and informative book takes complex material about trees and pares it down to the basic facts that children can understand and enjoy. Full color.... (read more)

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Apples
Apples
by Jacqueline Farmer
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Jaqueline Farmer is the author of APPLES, PUMPKINS, O CHRISTMAS TREE: IT'S HISTORY AND HOLIDAY TRADITIONS, among other books for young readers. She lives in Greensboro, North Carolina.... (read more)

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The Life and Times of the Peanut
The Life and Times of the Peanut
by Charles Micucci
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What are peanuts - are they peas or are they nuts? Do they grow above or below ground? Who invented peanut butter? In the same spirit as his award-winning Life and Times of the Honeybee, Charles Micucci explores one of America's most favorite and... (read more)

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Berries, Nuts and Seeds (Take-Along Guide)
Berries, Nuts and Seeds (Take-Along Guide)
by Diane L. Burns
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This fascinating series turns ordinary walks into adventures. Children learn to identify a variety of different plant, animal and insect species.<BR>-- Helps children identify different species.<BR>-- Includes scrapbook pages, for notes or... (read more)

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E.T. Discovers Plants
E.T. Discovers Plants
by Simon Smiley
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'"Bees turn the nectar that they collect into honey. To make one teaspoonfull, they must fly an average of 109 miles (175km)." E.T. discovers that burning wood is better for the planet than burning coal and oil -- as long as we replace the... (read more)

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V Is for Venus Fly Trap: A Plant Alphabet (Alphabet-Science & Nature)
V Is for Venus Fly Trap: A Plant Alphabet (Alphabet-Science & Nature)
by Eugene Gagliano
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Why do onions make us cry? And what makes a forest a rainforest? From basic science to global issues, the plant kingdom in its amazing diversity is explored.... (read more)

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The Reason for a Flower (Ruth Heller's World of Nature)
The Reason for a Flower (Ruth Heller's World of Nature)
by Ruth Heller
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The reason for a flower is to manufacture seeds, but Ruth Heller shares much more about the parts of plants and their functions in her trademark rhythmic style.... (read more)

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Plants #1: Seeds
Plants #1: Seeds
by Patricia Whitehouse
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From a plant's color, shape, and function to its special features, such as light sensitivity, this book gives all the key facts about plants. Amazing close-ups and bright color photos show the plant world in all its splendor.... (read more)

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Acorn to Oak Tree (Life Cycles)
Acorn to Oak Tree (Life Cycles)
by Camilla De La Bedoyere
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How does an acorn grow into a tree? What does a baby sea horse eat? Discover the amazing stages of different life cycles and learn all about your favourite species with this stunning series.... (read more)

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The Apple and the Butterfly
The Apple and the Butterfly
by Iela Mari
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A caterpillar crawls out of an apple and retreats into its cocoon. As the seasons change, the caterpillar becomes a butterfly. Setting itself free, the butterfly feeds on a flower that grows into an apple, bringing the story full circle. With simple yet... (read more)

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The Biography of Rice (How Did That Get Here?)
The Biography of Rice (How Did That Get Here?)
by John Paul Zronik
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From wild plants in Asia and Africa, to its cultivation by ancient peoples 8,000 years ago, rice has helped shape the course of history. Children will learn how rice is grown, harvested, processed, and sold. Clear, descriptive images show how rice is a... (read more)

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Life in a Rain Forest (Pebble Plus: Living in a Biome)
Life in a Rain Forest (Pebble Plus: Living in a Biome)
by Carol K. Lindeen
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Includes bibliographical references (p. 23) and an index.... (read more)

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Tools for the Garden (Gardens)
Tools for the Garden (Gardens)
by Mari Schuh
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Simple text and photographs present garden tools and how they are used.... (read more)

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Watch Corn Grow (Watch Plants Grow!)
Watch Corn Grow (Watch Plants Grow!)
by Kristen Rajczak
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Corn can be yellow, white, or blue. It has silk that turns brown when its ready to be picked. Readers will enjoy learning many fun facts about this very versatile vegetable. They will see how corn grows from a kernel to the delicious vegetable that... (read more)

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