Nature All Around: Trees Reviews

UPDATE TIME: 2019-05-27 
Review Score: 5 out of 5 star From 5 user ratings

"Wow! What a beautiful addition to anyone's home library. The illustrations are amazing and beautiful. We do a lot of nature study and nature journaling with watercolors and it's perfect for that inspiration. We love to study trees in real life and then look up information using our nature books and this is so perfect for that. The information is easy to digest for young kiddos and detailed enough for older ones. My favorite part is the journey through trees through the seasons. It would be great for a tree study. Picking a tree to come back to each season to see how it has changed.
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" Gorgeous book full of lovely illustrations and packed with information about trees, all packaged in a very approachable and enchanting way.*eARC Netgalley " said.

" Lots of information and great illustrations. " said.

" Lots of great information and beautiful illustrations! " said.

" Each page of this informative book is a work of art. Readers will learn about the life of trees from seed to maturity throughout the seasons. This is the perfect guide to tree watching and a must have for classroom curriculum. " said.

" A beautifully illustrated informative book about trees for kids. It explains everything scientifically required to know about trees but is too North American centric to be of use or appeal outside of that continent.*Thanks to Netgalley and Publisher for ARC in exchange for honest review " said.

"An introduction to types of trees, parts of a tree, how trees grow, and where various types of trees grow in North America.

This is a quick, but quite thorough introduction to trees. The former biology teacher in me was quite satisfied with it. It covered everything from the simple distinction between deciduous and evergreen to the functions of xylem and phloem the names of pigments that show through in the fall to a summary of photosynthesis. A tree’s place in the ecosystem is also covered, a map of sub-biomes of North America and what types of trees grow in each, and some interesting tree tidbits are also provided. I also really liked the illustration style. Recommended for curious middle graders and upper elementary/middle schoolers studying trees.

I received an ARC of this title from the publisher through NetGalley in exchange for an honest review.

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"I received a digital ARC from Kids Can Press via NetGalley.

This little book has the sweetest illustrations with some fantastic facts for any curious kid! The labelled drawings are correct and clear and would be a wonderful addition to any explorer's home library.

I wish there were more books like "Nature All Around". It makes learning easy to grasp and enjoyable. It highlights the importance of trees, points out endangered trees, and talks about caring for a tree of one's own. If we could get this book into many tiny hands, the world would be one step closer to being a better place.
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