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eBook I wonder why trees have leaves, and other questions about plants ePub

eBook I wonder why trees have leaves, and other questions about plants ePub

by Andy Charman

  • ISBN: 043947292X
  • Subcategory: For Children
  • Author: Andy Charman
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Scholastic (2002)
  • Pages: 32
  • ePub book: 1646 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1958 kb
  • Other: doc mbr docx rtf
  • Rating: 4.7
  • Votes: 568

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Read by Andrew Charman. Why do leaves change color in the fall?" "Are plants really alive?" and "Why do plants have flowers?"-these are some of the questions children love to ask their parents, and the answers are "growing" right here! Get A Copy.

You would think the items comprised the most common, basic questions.

Lists with This Book. This book is not yet featured on Listopia. You would think the items comprised the most common, basic questions. Well, I am a plant-lover and gardener, for whom nearly all this book’s information is new! I have familiarity with some topic areas. However, it seemed like Andrew phrased things from less-discussed angles, or extended detail farther than I have ever seen books about trees go.

Are plants really alive?" and "Why do plants have flowers?"-these are some of the questions children love to ask their . Andrew Charman is a contributor for Kingfisher titles including: 'I Wonder Why Trees Have Leaves','I Wonder Why the Dodo Is Dead'.

Are plants really alive?" and "Why do plants have flowers?"-these are some of the questions children love to ask their parents. Age Range: 5 - 8 years. Grade Level: Kindergarten and up. Series: I Wonder Why. Paperback: 32 pages.

Questions and answers explore the world of plants, covering such aspects as leaves, roots, stems, seeds, and fruit. I wonder why, I wonder why (New York, . Trees have leaves, and other questions about plants.

book by Andrew Charman. Why do leaves change color in the fall?," "Are plants really alive?," and "Why do plants have flowers?" - these are some of the questions children love to ask their parents, and the answers are "growing" right here.

Kingfisher Books Ltd. Publication Date. Written for 6 to 9 year olds this authoritat ive text answers the questions that children really ask abou t plant life. The book is designed to amuse and intrigue by means of artwork, cartoons and simple analogies.

Author : Andrew Charman. Designed to amuse and intrigue the young reader, this book is packed with information about plant life. Publisher : Kingfisher Books Ltd. Book Price. I Wonder Why: Mountains Have Snow On Top (English). I Wonder Why Camels Have Humps and Other Questions About Animals. I Wonder Why Snakes Shed Their Skin and Other Questions About Reptiles (English). I Wonder Why Question Express (English). IWW Kangaroos Have Pouches (I wonder why series).

Comments

MisterQweene MisterQweene
Fantastic introduction to science facts in small, easy to read segments. Beautiful pictures as well. Note: If you buy more than one title, note that they are now produced in two different sizes.
ladushka ladushka
Informative, but simple. I got this for my granddaughter who visits me every weekend and can name each plant in my garden!
Oso Oso
I like the book for the most part, it's interesting to read and the pictures in the book are very nice but it's short and simple. It's borderline between a book and a pamphlet.