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Branching Out: How Trees Are Part of Our World

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Trees have been around for nearly 400 million years, and today about 25,000 species of trees have been identified. We've relied on trees for everything from fuel, food, and medicine to building houses and railways. Today, trees still touch our lives in countless ways. But what do we really know about them. "Branching Out" takes an in-depth look at these incredible plants, introducing the basics of tree biology and profiling 11 different trees from around the world, including familiar ones such as the Red Maple and lesser-known trees like the Tall-Stilted Mangrove. Showcasing the inextricable ways in which trees are part of our society, culture, and economy, this illustrated volume also outlines how animals need trees and how, sometimes, they even help trees survive through symbiosis. Full of useful facts and with a section on conservation, "Branching Out", is an essential primer that will leave young readers wanting to treat trees as well as they have treated us”.
  • Juvenile nonfiction
  • Science and nature
  • Trees and forests
  • 63 pages

Product Overview

Model #: 9781771470827
Internet #: 205839692

Trees have been around for nearly 400 million years, and today about 25,000 species of trees have been identified. We've relied on trees for everything from fuel, food, and medicine to building houses and railways. Today, trees still touch our lives in countless ways. But what do we really know about them. "Branching Out" takes an in-depth look at these incredible plants, introducing the basics of tree biology and profiling 11 different trees from around the world, including familiar ones such as the Red Maple and lesser-known trees like the Tall-Stilted Mangrove. Showcasing the inextricable ways in which trees are part of our society, culture, and economy, this illustrated volume also outlines how animals need trees and how, sometimes, they even help trees survive through symbiosis. Full of useful facts and with a section on conservation, "Branching Out", is an essential primer that will leave young readers wanting to treat trees as well as they have treated us”.

  • Juvenile nonfiction
  • Science and nature
  • Trees and forests
  • 63 pages

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Binding
Softcover
Children's book category
Picture book
ISBN
9781771470827
Publisher
Owlkids
Returnable
90-Day

Specifications

Details

Binding
Softcover
Children's book category
Picture book
ISBN
9781771470827
Publisher
Owlkids
Returnable
90-Day

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