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Baker & Taylor
A collection of poems about trees.

& Taylor

The creator of Dinothesaurus presents a tribute to trees that lyrically explores the arboreal world from coconut palms to baobabs, in a collection presented in a vertical format that celebrates each tree's height, shape and natural history. 30,000 first printing.
Presents a collection of poems identifying different species of trees, including information about each tree's height, shape, and natural history.

Simon and Schuster
Seeds are sprouting, roots are spreading, and branches are swaying in this tree-mendous poetry collection. From coconut palms and bristlecone pines to baobabs and banyans, Douglas Florian explores the arboreal world with his signature wit and whimsy. Featuring a dynamic vertical format that illustrates the incredible heights and shapes of the trees, this book illuminates the natural history of these majestic beings as well as their unique and quirky characteristics.

Publisher: New York : Beach Lane Books, 2010
Edition: 1st ed
ISBN: 9781416986720
Branch Call Number: JX 811.54 FLO
Characteristics: 45 p. :,chiefly col. ill. ;,27 cm.


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VaughanPLKelly May 12, 2017

Fun poetry and artwork inspired by trees, and the poetry itself is often very visual. Great for kids who enjoy wordplay and love trees. It also includes a "Glossatree" which provides information about the trees in the poems.

Summerteamtwo Jul 11, 2010

A lovely book of poetry about trees. Used during the Destination Jungle program, "Growing Wild" at the following branches: Greely, Richmond, North Gower, Metcalfe and Vernon.

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