British Wildflowers and Trees Handbook

British Wildflowers and Trees Handbook is a concise UK plant identification guide for kids aged 8+. 

• Clear identification tips
• Useful illustrations and photos for every entry
• Amazing facts and stats

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British Wildflowers and Trees Handbook is a fun, practical guide featuring easy identification tips, key stats, labelled artworks and amazing photographs, to encourage children to be interested in the subject.

Young learners and nature enthusiasts can identify over 100 different types of British tree, such as holly and ash, and wildflower, such as the daisy and poppy. British Wildflowers and Trees Handbook can be used by kids on outdoor excursions or doing indoor research, as each fact file contains lots of interesting information.

Examples of trees and wildflowers included:
• Oval leaf: aspen, beech and silver birch
• Long leaf: magnolia, sessile oak and white willow
• Hand-shaped: field maple, horse chestnut and sycamore
• Compound: elder, laburnum and walnut
• Needle: juniper, scots pine and yew
• White flowers: chamomile, sea kale and snowdrop
• Green flowers: broad-leaved helleborine and lords and ladies
• Pink flowers: bee orchid, foxglove and heather
• Red and orange flowers: marsh cinquefoil, pheasant's eye and scarlet pimpernel
• Blue and purple: bluebell, cornflower and tufted vetch
• Yellow: cowslip, dandelion and sunflower

Features of this book:
• Over 100 detailed British tree and wildflower fact files to engage children, including information on each species' height, flowering and fruiting, leaf tint/fall and other names.
• 'My drawings and photos section' for kids to illustrate their observations and make detailed notes.
• Variety of photos including insects that are known to live in trees and flowers to help kids understand the environment.
• 'On my tree I saw' and 'Measured it?' circles to tick make the information-collecting process more fun and provides children with a sense of achievement.
• Introductions such as 'How to measure trees' and 'What is a flower?' teach children new ideas.

Information

Author: Camilla de la Bedoyere
Pages: 224
Age: 8+
Size: 220 x 170 mm
Format: Paperback with graining, curved corners
ISBN: 9781782091295

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