Book Reviews of Leaf & Tree Guide

Leaf & Tree Guide
Leaf Tree Guide
Author: Rona Beame
ISBN-13: 9780894803437
ISBN-10: 0894803433
Publication Date: 1989
Pages: 64
Edition: BK&Toy
Reading Level: Ages 9-12
  • Currently 4.3/5 Stars.

4.3 stars, based on 4 ratings
Publisher: Workman Publishing Company
Book Type: Paperback
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Helpful Score: 2
I liked this book, it was fantastic for not only teaching children about different kinds of trees and their leaves but getting them outdoors and enjoying nature. Definately a hands on learning set.
There is a Leaf and tree guide that tells everything about trees, how to collect leaves and dried fruits berries and seeds, maps about where different trees are in the U.S. It also has many projects to make with their finds. A few are leaf crowns, bark rubbings, collages, leaf cards and bookmarks and more. Also how to press and preserve leaves for you collection.
I like the books because of how much information it covered simply and in an interesting way.
There is also a leaf collecting album with one sided pages with the shapes of the leaves printed on the page to make identifying and placing easy. and a place to put the type of tree, where it was found and the date. This is held together with brads so you can take the pages out and work on them.
A very nice set of books and something more for you to get a child involved in something other than tv and computer games. Great for homeschoolers or anyone that wants to spend quality time with their children. A plus from me!
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Helpful Score: 1
Backyard Explorer Leaf and Tree Guide shows how to track down, match up, press and mount common leaves.
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This is a leaf & tree guide. Great for nature detectives!
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Great book for studying various trees outdoors for youngsters. Not colorful inside though. Just FYI.