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Books with title From Tree to Paper

  • From Tree to Paper

    Pam Marshall

    Paperback (LernerClassroom, Jan. 1, 2013)
    How does a tree turn into a comic book or a magazine? Follow each step in the production cycle―from planting a tree to reading or writing on paper―in this fascinating book!
    K
  • From Tree to Paper

    Pam Marshall

    Library Binding (Lerner Publications TM, Jan. 1, 2013)
    How does a tree turn into a comic book or a magazine? Follow each step in the production cycle―from planting a tree to reading or writing on paper―in this fascinating book!
    K
  • From Tree to Paper

    Pam Marshall

    Library Binding (Lerner Pub Group, June 1, 2002)
    Introduces the process through which trees are turned into paper.
    K
  • From Wood to Paper

    Ali Mitgutsch

    Library Binding (Carolrhoda Books, Oct. 1, 1986)
    Describes the individual steps taken in making wood into paper and what happens to the finished product
    V
  • Trees to Paper

    Lisa M. Herrington

    Paperback (Children's Press, March 1, 2013)
    "How paper is made?"Through vivid photos and engaging text, this fact-filled Rookie Read-About Science book answers the question, "How paper is made?" Trees to Paper lets kids follow the paper trail as wood goes from trees to pulp to paper products in all shapes and sizes.
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  • From Tree to Paper

    Pam Marshall

    Paperback (Lernerclassroom, June 1, 2002)
    None
    K
  • Trees to Paper

    Inez Snyder

    Paperback (Childrens Pr, March 1, 2003)
    Simple words and photographs show the steps involved in making paper.
    G
  • Trees to Paper

    Inez Snyder

    Library Binding (Childrens Pr, March 1, 2003)
    Simple words and photographs show the steps involved in making paper.
    G
  • From Tree to Paper

    Wendy Davis

    Paperback (Sundance Newbridge, April 1, 1995)
    Introduces the process of how paper is made from trees.
    J
  • From Trees to Paper

    Cari Meister, Albert Pinilla

    Paperback (Amicus Ink, Aug. 20, 2019)
    Do you know how all your favorite things are made? This companion series to "Who Made My Lunch?" follows the journey that common household items make from raw materials to the factory and the store. With clear process explanations and charming illustrations, these books answer the question: who made my stuff? A child wonders how paper is made and learns about how trees are grown, cut down, and processed in a paper mill. This illustrated narrative nonfiction book includes a map of forests and paper mills, a glossary, and further resources.
    E
  • Trees to Paper

    Lisa M. Herrington

    Library Binding (Childrens Pr, Jan. 15, 2013)
    Introduce your learners to science! Through simple text and clear photographs, young minds will learn how some of their favorite things are made. Key Features: Step-by-Step recap with photos at the end of each book Fast facts - offering fun, sometimes little known facts about the subject Low, accessible reading level for emergent and struggling readers Glossary with pictures provides a visual review of important vocabulary terms Large, colorful photos provide a visual connection to the text Additional content for further learning on this subject available at www.factsfornow.scholastic.com
    J
  • Tree to Paper

    Rachel Grack

    Library Binding (Bellwether Media, Jan. 1, 2020)
    On a forest plantation, trees shoot up into the sky. Before long, they are ready to be chopped, chipped, turned into pulp, and made into paper! In this title, early readers will find leveled text alongside helpful features including a map, a chart of tree growth needs, and a graphic that summarizes the process. Each page will keep readers engaged with informative text and bright photos!
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