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one only for tea parties There is one that holds so many people And forest page where only for tea parties There is one that holds so many people And forest page where says the gingerbread house On what he learned I liked learning about all the monster storiesOn wooden vehicles I would want house On what he learned I liked learning about all the monster storiesOn wooden vehicles I would want ride all those I wouldn t be afraid I d like to own all of thoseThere was a definite theme to T s preferences the familiar They are absolute to life on the planet providing much needed oxygen They supply homes food vantage points and protection for a multitude of beings Water is necessary for their survival but they in turn protect the land when there is an overabundance of moisture If we watch they reflect the status of our weather and of our climate Numerous countries around the world at various times during the ear set aside a day to celebrate the planting of these plants for the planet The Arbor Day Foundation in the United States has an initiative The Time for Trees to plant 100 million trees by 2020 This week the country of Ethiopia made headlines when they planted 350 million trees in twelve hours Trees A Rooted History Abrams Books for Young Readers April 9 2019 written by Wojciech Grajkowski with artwork by Piotr Socha and translation by Anna Burgess is a captivating exploration of everything about and related to trees My full recommendation I love trees And I almost love this book It s well written and beautifully illustrated Trees are shown not only as their biologic and botanic selves but as art buildings historically as homes for animalsin so many aspects and dimensionsWhy did I not give this lovely book 5 stars Because the numbering system is SO ANNOYING The numbers are assigned arbitrarily from left to right but when ou come upon them in the passages they re out of order and so annoying to match up I know it was done for artistry and if I had read the book slowly it probably would have worked but to look at a picture and try to find out its significance was difficult. Ees Looking forward Trees also addresses the deforestation crisis Heavily illustrated in the same style as Bees A Honeyed History Trees A Rooted History serves as a beautifully packaged celebration of trees of all kind.
provided a review copy in exchange for an honest reviewMom s Review VThis is another oversize treasure by aa review copy in exchange for an honest reviewMom s Review VThis is another oversize treasure by a team and it truly is a history of trees Beginning with an explanation of trees their importance in the ecosystem and their relationship with humankind Trees progresses into specific topics Readers can move straight through or hop around We do the latter reading a page or few at a time From roots to seeds from lumberjack tools to "Famous Structures And Modes Of "structures and modes of and from bonsai to baobab we journeyed around the world and back to prehistoric times Fans of Sorcha s other books can expect Trees to flow in the same vein Newcomers to Sorcha s work will see enchanting illustrations depicting myriad trees tree parts and tree related whatnot think da Vinci s ornithopter and Tolkien s TreebeardThere were so many appealing sections of the book for T but he most consistently liked the tree house tree monster and vehicles pages It certainly helps that we were both delighted by the pop up ornithopter in Leonardo Pop Ups and that T has an appreciation for Greek myths and Vikings Seeing a recognizable da Vinci invention the Trojan horse and a Viking longboat fostered his connection with not just the transportation topic but with the book as a whole In fact whether our reader is an aspiring botanist musician or architect I expect that he or she will find something special in these pages The final sentiment that Sorcha and Grajkowski leave us with is one of preservation and respect for nature Deforestation has far reaching impact and while planting trees is important preserving what we have provides greater protection Future generations deserve a forest like the one our ancestors had a forest of trees that will live for centuriesSon s Review T Age 4On favorite pagesI like a few the monster. Rees play in our ecosystem takes an up close and personal look at the parts of trees from roots to leaves and unpacks the cultural impact of trees from classification systems like family trees to art forms like bonsai tr. This oversized book will delight readers with its massive colorful illustrations and its clear straightforward text It covers a lot of ground without ever feeling rushed it explains science and history and different cultural traditions without getting too bogged down in "Details Informative Fun And Lovely Did I "Informative fun and lovely did I lovely this coffee table book for children brings a sense of wonder to this nature study I read the English translation A beautiful book which is both tactile and almost alive the paper pages connecting with the topic and each double spread full
Of Information And Alivenessinformation and aliveness hand drawn illustrations and pics that would be hard not to appeal to all and almost all ages and so many interesting facts and information Seems to connect me to nature Heritage people and practises over the Outnumbered years Large and a beautiful large coffee table book to share escape into An absolutely beautifully illustrated information packed fun filled book for all ages This book is A3 size which is great foroung kids but also inviting for the nature loving adult and inside it is packed with a heap of info Absolutely fascinating book I loved the informational text and I adored the illustrations a balance between realism and cartoony that I really appreciated I like that the book covered so many different aspects trees leaves and trunks and roots trees around the world trees through the seasons the animals and other organisms that depend on or live symbiotically with trees through the seasons the animals and other organisms that depend on or live symbiotically with Trees as a graphing image for genealogy and evolution Trees as symbols in religion and mythology The importance of trees in ecosystems and nature Trees as a source of wood used for buildings vehi My friend and I accidentally found this book in a souvenirshop of a castle during our holiday in Austria Both of us being biologists really fell in love with the books style It combined the biology of nature history with beautiful artworks My friend bought the book and I immediately looked up the name of Piotr Soc Beautiful boo. Part botany part history part cultural anthropology Trees goes beyond the basics to tell readers everything they might want to know about this particular branch of the plant kingdom Trees explores the important roles