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Books with title 3D Eyewitness: Plant

  • Eyewitness: Plant

    David Burnie

    Hardcover (DK Children, June 1, 2000)
    Discover the fascinating world of plants -- their structure, variety and life history. Here is a an original and exciting new look at the fascinating natural world of plants. Stunning real-life photographs of flowers, fruits, seeds, leaves and more offer a unique "eyewitness" view of the natural history of plant anatomy and growth. See the biggest flower in the world, where a seed develops, what the inside of a plant stem looks like, how a flower attracts insects, what a plant's reproductive organs look like, and how a dandelion spreads its seeds. Learn how plants defend themselves, why flowers are brightly colored, how a plant can climb, why some plants feed on insects, and why some plants have no seeds. Discover why some plants have spines and stingers, what plants looked like millions of years ago, how plants survive in the desert, how plants turn sunlight into energy, and much, much more.
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  • Eyewitness DVD: Plant

    DK, Martin Sheen

    DVD (DK Children, )
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  • 3D Eyewitness: Plant

    Theresa Greenaway

    Hardcover (DK Children, Sept. 15, 1998)
    Text and realistic three-dimensional photography introduce the varied world of plant life.
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  • DK Eyewitness Books: Plant

    David Burnie

    Hardcover (DK Children, Aug. 2, 2004)
    A guide to the complexities of the plant kingdom covers non-flowering as well as flowering plants and reveals their structure, natural history, and importance in human life.
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  • Eyewitness DVD: Plant

    DK

    ROM (DK Children, Jan. 1, 1714)
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  • Eyewitness: Plant

    David Burnie

    Library Binding (DK Children, April 1, 2000)
    Featuring an extra-sturdy library binding! Here is a an original and exciting new look at the fascinating natural world of plants. Stunning real-life photographs of flowers, fruits, seeds, leaves and more offer a unique "eyewitness" view of the natural history of plant anatomy and growth. See the biggest flower in the world, where a seed develops, what the inside of a plant stem looks like, how a flower attracts insects, what a plant's reproductive organs look like, and how a dandelion spreads its seeds. Learn how plants defend themselves, why flowers are brightly colored, how a plant can climb, why some plants feed on insects, and why some plants have no seeds. Discover why some plants have spines and stingers, what plants looked like millions of years ago, how plants survive in the desert, how plants turn sunlight into energy, and much, much more.
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  • Eyewitness Plant

    David Burnie

    Hardcover (DK Children, Jan. 17, 2011)
    Excellent Book
  • 3D Eyewitness: Cats

    DK Publishing

    Hardcover (DK Children, Oct. 1, 1999)
    Text and realistic three dimensional photographs introduce the various members of the cat family, and discusses their senses, movements, and behavior
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  • DK Eyewitness Books: Plant

    David Burnie

    Library Binding (DK Children, Aug. 9, 2004)
    A guide to the complexities of the plant kingdom covers non-flowering as well as flowering plants and reveals their structure, natural history, and importance in human life.
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  • Plant: An Eyewitness 3-d Book

    John Akeroyd

    Hardcover (Diane Pub Co, Feb. 1, 1998)
    Akeroyd, John
  • Eyewitness

    John O'Connor

    Hardcover (Heinemann, )
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  • Eyewitness

    Margaret Thompson

    Paperback (Ronsdale Press, Feb. 16, 2000)
    In this YA novel, Margaret Thompson offers a powerfully moving and historically accurate account of life in Fort St. James, in northern British Columbia, in the 1820s through the eyes of Peter, a young boy who is orphaned at the Fort. Lonely and unsure of himself, Peter finds himself an "eyewitness" to a murder which threatens to destroy the good relations between the Company and the Carrier people. Through his friendship with the nephew of Chief Kwah of the Carrier, Peter comes to understand and sympathize with the Carrier culture, learning much about tolerance, compromise and acceptance, but also about the difficulties that divided loyalties can bring. Thompson also offers an innovative view of the role of women in the fur trade, painting a fascinating picture of the young James Douglas and his wife Amelia in the confrontation with Chief Kwah.
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