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Books with title Trees

  • Trees

    Verlie Hutchens, Jing Jing Tsong

    eBook (Beach Lane Books, March 5, 2019)
    Every tree has its own story to tell in this evocative collection of poems celebrating the many varieties—from maple to willow to oak.There are so many different kinds of trees in the world, and each has special qualities that make it unique. This lyrical, fanciful collection of poems celebrates the singular beauty of each tree, from the gnarled old apple tree to the tall and graceful aspen.
  • Trees

    Alexander C. Martin, Herbert Spencer Zim

    Hardcover (Goldencraft, March 1, 1991)
    A guide to identifying over one hundred forty varieties of North American conifers and broadleaved trees describes their appearance, range, and habitats.
  • Trees

    Christine Petersen

    language (Cherry Lake Publishing, Dec. 10, 2013)
    What are the biggest living things on Earth? Did you guess whales or elephants? The winner is not an animal at all. It is a kind of tree called the coast redwood. Using hands on activities, young readers will be introduced to the amazing world of trees.
  • Trees

    Precious Mckenzie

    language (Rourke Educational Media, Jan. 25, 2019)
    A scientific look at how trees grow, why they are important, and how they make other trees.
  • Trees

    Jennifer Colby

    language (Cherry Lake Publishing, Dec. 1, 2014)
    Trees helps young readers find the answers to questions and learn about the incredible world of threes, from deciduous to conifer and beyond. Call-outs throughout the book prompt inquiry and critical thinking skills by asking questions and inviting readers to looks closely at the photographs and diagrams.
  • Trees

    Harry Behn, James Endicott

    Hardcover (Henry Holt, April 1, 1992)
    Printed on recycled paper, this illustrated poem encourages children to respect the environment, especially the trees. By the author of Listen to the Rain.
  • Trees

    Jason Cooper

    Library Binding (Rourke Pub Group, July 1, 1997)
    Presents a description of and background information about the trees that have been chosen to represent the fifty states
  • Trees

    Maria Angeles Julivert

    Hardcover (Enchanted Lion Books, )
  • Trees

    Brian Cassie

    Hardcover (Scholastic, April 1, 1999)
    A visual guide to the natural science of trees found in the United States and Canada provides an overview of each species and offers simple explanations of basic tree anatomy and photosynthesis.
  • Trees

    Allen J. Coombes

    Paperback (Covent Garden Books, Jan. 1, 2009)
    Published in association with the Smithsonean Institution. The clearest and sharpest recognition guide to over 500 tree species. Packed with over 1,500 crystal clear photographs with precise annotations to make identification sure and simple. Concise and jargon free text pinpoints the key characteristics of each species and provides quick, accessible information.
  • Trees

    Rachel Bladon

    eBook (Oxford University Press, Feb. 5, 2015)
    Read and discover all about trees. What do seeds do? What animals live in trees? Read and discover more about the world! This series of non-fiction readers provides interesting and educational content, with activities and project work.
  • Trees

    Linda Cargill

    language (Edward Ware Thrillers YA, an imprint of Cheops Books, LLC, July 13, 2016)
    Shawna moves to Redwood, California with her family so her father can take a job studying sequoia trees in the Sierra Mountains. But as soon as they pull up in front of the general store, the locals greet them with astonishment. They warn them away and tell them to go back East. They can’t move into the house which they had originally planned to occupy. No one has lived there in one hundred years. The locals shy away from it. One old lady shakes her head and calls it “Evil” as she crosses herself. What is Shawna to do? It is 3000 miles away from the boyfriend she is trying to escape. But is it worth it if her life is somehow at risk?