1 edition of Trees up close found in the catalog.
Trees up close
Nancy R. Hugo
Written in English
|Other titles||Beauty of bark, leaves, flowers, and seeds|
|Statement||Nancy Ross Hugo ; photography by Robert Llewellyn|
|Contributions||Llewellyn, Robert J.|
|LC Classifications||QK475.6 .H84 2014|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||200|
|LC Control Number||2014010187|
Trees Up Close: The Beauty of Their Bark, Leaves, Flowers and Seeds Gorgeous, close up, full color pictures of more than tree parts. This would be a wonderful book to look at with younger children and then take outside for an impromptu nature search! Or just leave it lying around and see how quickly you find a child poring over it. A few more books about trees: It was so hard to stop at nine books so here are a few more tree-themed books for kids to read with your toddlers and preschoolers: Tall Tall Tree by Anthony D Fredericks– The illustrations in this book are fabulous. Explore redwood trees while practicing counting and learning about creatures that live in the forest.
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“Trees Up Close features Trees up close book images of common trees created through a special process designed for microscope slides a book whose concise text and almost pocket-size dimensions make it perfect for tree-watching in the backyard or forest.”The American Gardener/5(44).
p.s. Robert Llewellyn who did the book's photography has SEVERAL other marvelous books. this smaller one (Trees Up Close) is small enough to be readable in several settings BUT you're gonna be BLOWN AWAY by the photos.
WOW. flag Like see review. Sharron rated it really liked it/5. Buy Trees Up Close (): The Beauty of Bark, Leaves, Flowers, and Seeds: NHBS - Nancy Ross Hugo, Robert Llewellyn, Timber Press. Trees Up Close offers an intimate, revealing look at the beauty of leaves, flowers, cones, fruits, seeds, buds, bark, and twigs of the most common trees.
With more than dazzling photos, you will be amazed by the otherwordly beauty of the acorns from a sawtooth oak, enchanted by the immature fruits of a red maple, and dazzled by the delicate emerging flowers of the American elm.
Many people, for example, are surprised to learn that oaks and maples have flowers, much less flowers that are astonishingly beautiful when viewed up close. Focusing on widely grown trees, this captivating book describes the rewards of careful and regular tree viewing, outlines strategies for improving your observations, and describes some of /5(86).
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In Januarypromoted in this space was the first book in what’s become a notable series, titled Philippine Native Trees Up Close and Personal, published in. “Trees Up Close isn’t so much a book to read cover to cover as it is one to leave out where you can pick it up at odd moments, reminding yourself of nature's beauty in all seasons.” “This little book is a marriage of Robert Llewellyn's close-up photographs and Nancy Ross Hugo's informative text with this book, you not only look Reviews: Trees Up Close offers an intimate, revealing look at the beauty of leaves, flowers, cones, fruits, seeds, buds, bark, and twigs of the most common trees.
With more than dazzling photos, you will be amazed by the otherwordly beauty of the acorns from a sawtooth oak, enchanted by the immature fruits of a red maple, and dazzled by the delicate emerging flowers of the American elm. His book The Hidden Life of Trees: What They Feel, How They Communicate, written at his wife’s insistence, sold more thancopies in Germany, and has now hit the best-seller lists in - It's all in the details so often we see trees as the sum of their parts, but we invite you to take a closer look into the tiny but equally fascinating components that make them up.
#photography #natureswonders. See more ideas about Arbor day foundation, Tree nursery, Trees to plant pins. Again it’s slightly heavy-handed symbolism, but the tree in the book is a tree of heaven, which is a tree that’s seen as invasive. It’s also an immigrant; it’s also scrabbling to survive.
People are always trying to get rid of it: they chop it down and they pull it up, yet from the chopped-down tree springs a new tree. “The Hidden Life of Trees” is the title of a fascinating book which should be on everyone’s must-read list.
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There is so much diverse and important information that every reader will learn about trees; whether a botanist, dendrologist, forester or tree. Gear up for climbing, swinging & adventuring through the trees.
We’ve got over 10 football fields of challenging terrain and hundreds of aerial adventure games- Plus, thousands of smiling faces both young & young at heart. Fly through a dense forest from tree to tree on crazy-fun obstacles that defy gravity. Get in sync with nature.Philippine Native Trees Up Close and Personal: Contributors: Green Convergence for Safe Food, Healthy Environment and Sustainable Economy (Organization), Hortica Filipina Foundation, Inc, Binhi Project (Philippines) Publisher: Green Convergence for Safe Food, Healthy Environment and Sustainable Economy, ISBN: Close up trees in the middle a river left side a building at Sekayu city South sumatera - Indonesia, 06/29/ Close-up of bushes next to a road to a house surrounded by trees.
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