Size: 8 x 8-1/4 inches
Country of Origin: United States
Publisher: Golden Press
Author: Jenifer W. Day, ill. by Manabu C. Saito
Jenifer W. Day, ill by Manabu C. Saito
What Is A Tree? is one of a series of books designed as a beginner's introduction to concept development. It introduces in a general sense the way in which trees are grouped according to their family characteristics, and includes a selective sampling of different families of trees. each species is labeled with its common name. At the same time this book deals with the diversity of species within this group of plants, it repeats throughout the characteristics common to most trees -- woody trunk and stems, bark, green leaves or modified structures, flowers, fruits, and seeds. A note for parents and teachers is included.
Golden Press, 1975. Soft cover, 8 x 8-1/4 inches, 32 pages.
Spine is worn, and pulling part way from the staple. Sticker scar on front cover, slightly worn corners.
Under 1 lb.