A collection of poems about trees.
Presents a collection of poems identifying different species of trees, including information about each tree's height, shape, and natural history.
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Simon and Schuster
Seeds are sprouting, roots are spreading, and branches are swaying in this tree-mendous poetry collection. From coconut palms and bristlecone pines to baobabs and banyans, Douglas Florian explores the arboreal world with his signature wit and whimsy. Featuring a dynamic vertical format that illustrates the incredible heights and shapes of the trees, this book illuminates the natural history of these majestic beings as well as their unique and quirky characteristics.
Children's poetry, American
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