Children's First Book of Plants

Children's First Book of Plants
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Originally published in the 1950s, this beautiful picture book introduces children to plants.

Contents Covered:

  • Plants - living and growing
  • Why plants are important
  • Food-making laboratories
  • How plants are built
  • From the air
  • From the ground
  • Plant pipelines
  • Using the food
  • Stems grow in many ways
  • Leaves have many shapes and sizes
  • Getting energy
  • Making new plants
  • How bees help
  • Other helpers
  • Some ways of spreading pollen
  • When the wind blows
  • Packaged plants
  • Travelers
  • Some of the ways seeds travel
  • Springtime
  • Roots down, stems up
  • Young plants
  • Seeds are important
  • Plants have many kinds of fruit
  • Other ways that new plants grow
  • Too small to see
  • The harmful bacteria
  • More helpful than harmful
  • Nitrate makers
  • More helpers
  • Living almost anywhere
  • How fungi grow
  • A fungus you know
  • The green plants' enemies
  • Some that are partners
  • Fungi and food
  • Wonder drugs
  • The simplest green plants
  • In ponds and oceans
  • Rich in minerals
  • A plant partnership
  • Plant pioneers
  • Mosses
  • More plants for shady places
  • Carnivorous plants
  • Plant communities
  • Annuals and others
  • Trees are among our largest plants
  • Better soil
  • Plants and chemistry
  • Plants made to order
  • The obliging algae
  • Plants are exciting
  • Roots that are different
  • Some seed-growing parasite plants
  • Wild plants the Indians ate
  • Plants experiments that you can do
Format: PDF Digital Reprint, e-Facsimile
No. of Pages: 95
Page Size: B5 (176mm × 250mm)
Download Size: 16.5 MB
Product Code CHIUED7Q59
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