Tell Me, Tree: All About Trees for Kids
Delightful water color illustrations enhance the perfectly age appropriate discussion of trees. From the structure, to the types of trees and their leaves, to conservation of tree products, this is a true winner for early readers or to read aloud and share the pictures.
The Tree Book for Kids and Their Grown Ups
Ages: 8 and up
A great look at leaves, seeds and the flowers of 33 different tree species of North America. Water color illustrations create a marvelous depiction of each of the parts of these trees. Great science addition to your library.
Trees, Leaves & Bark (Take Along Guides)
Ages: 8 and up
Take a detailed look at willows, aspens, cottonwoods and so many more varieties of trees. Find out about their bark, leaves, seeds, and growth patterns and enjoy the beautiful illustrations.
A Tree Is a Plant (Let's-Read-and-Find-Out Science)
This is the science of the apple tree. Learn all about how an apple tree grows from seed to fruit, and then enjoy experiments and investigations of your own. Great illustrations.
Trees to Paper (Welcome Books: How Things Are Made)
Ages 4 to 8
This book is a basic look at the process of turning trees into paper. A very good introduction for early learners. Photographs and simple text help young children to learn about paper.
A Walk in the Deciduous Forest (Biomes of North America)
The biome of a deciduous forest is depicted through illustrations, photographs and higher level text that document this topic from a scientific point of view. Complete with a map of North America to show where various trees grow. Outstanding resource for older kids.
A Walk in the Boreal Forest
A companion book to the title above, this book studies the details of the boreal forests of North America, Europe and Asia. Likewise, this book contains a map to show where trees grow and a nice mix of photographs and illustrations to help detail the science behind the topic.
A Walk in the Rain Forest (Biomes of North America)
This book continues the series and focuses on the rainforest. The sights, sounds, smells, and feel of the rainforest come alive in this exploration of the tropical biome filled with life of all kinds.
From Pinecone to Pine Tree (Scholastic News Nonfiction Readers: How Things Grow)
How does a pine tree grow? This book is a great resource for explaining the science behind pine trees. This book is designed for the early learner and includes basic vocabulary with definitions, an index, great photographs, and large print.
Strange Trees and The Stories Behind Them
Have you ever heard of the Rainbow Tree? The Ghost Tree? The Bubblegum Tree? Find out about some the most unusual - but real - trees from around the world. Colorful illustrations and first-person "tree voices" make this a great choice for curious young naturalists.