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Science Nature & How It Works
  • Author:
    Pamela Hickman,Heather Collins
  • ISBN:
    1550741985
  • ISBN13:
    978-1550741988
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  • Publisher:
    Kids Can Press (1995)
  • Pages:
    32 pages
  • Subcategory:
    Science Nature & How It Works
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This book in the Kids Canadian Nature Series contains large pictures, hands-on Whether kids live in the city or the country, they know that trees are an important part of the environment. Trees provide food and shelter for local wildlife.

Part of the Kids Canadian nature series Series).

The Kids Book of Canadian Geography" tells the story of Canada's geography is told in its rocks, soils, plants and animals . The Kids Canadian Tree Book, written by Pamela Hickman and illustrated by Heather Collins.

The Kids Book of Canadian Geography" tells the story of Canada's geography is told in its rocks, soils, plants and animals -including humans. Examines the geography of Canada, including such regional ecosystems as the tundra, Laurentian woodlands, and coastal rain forest. Canada For Kids Canada 150 Canadian Social Studies History For Kids History Books Library Shelves Kids Learning Canadian History Geography.

The Kid's Canadian Tree Book, illustrated by Heather Collins, Kids Can . Hickman gets much of the inspiration for her nature books from living in Nova Scotia

The Kid's Canadian Tree Book, illustrated by Heather Collins, Kids Can Press (Toronto, Ontario, Canada), 1996. A Seed Grows: My First Look at a Plant's Life Cycle, Kids Can Press (Toronto, Ontario, Canada), 1997. In The Kid's Canadian Tree Book, which features illustrations by Heather Collins, Hickman combines hands-on activities, interesting facts, and useful observations to help readers learn to distinguish tree species near their homes. Hickman gets much of the inspiration for her nature books from living in Nova Scotia.

Heather Collins (born July 22, 1946) is a Canadian children's book illustrator. She was born in Montreal, Quebec and studied at the Ontario College of Art. She now lives in Toronto. She illustrated A Pioneer Story: The Daily Life of a Canadian Family in 1840 (1994) with text by Barbara Greenwood. The book received the Ruth and Sylvia Schwartz Children's Book Award, the Information Book Award from the Children's Literature Roundtables of Canada and a Mr. Christie's Book Award.

The Kids Canadian Tree Book (Kids Canadian Nature),Pamela Hickman, Heather Coll.

Fascinating facts will stimulate young nature enthusiasts" Cf. Our choice, 1996-1997. Meet a tree - Two kinds of trees - Leaves up close - Why do leaves change colour? -. - Trees in winter - The maple leaf forever - Canadian forests - Canadian rainforest - Fruit trees - Terrific tree house - Tree watching - Trees and you - Endangered trees - Grow a tree.

Pamela is an award-winning author of over 35 non-fiction nature books for children, including The Kids Canadian Nature Series, First Look at Nature Series, Animal Senses and Animals Hibernating. She lives in Canning, Nova Scotia.

Kids Canadian Nature. Kids Can Pr. Book Format. Assembled Product Dimensions (L x W x H). 5 x 1. 5 x . 0 Inches.

Whether kids live in the city or the country, they know that trees are an important part of the environment. Trees provide food and shelter for local wildlife. But how can children learn about the trees in their neighborhood? And how can they find out about the trees in other parts of Canada? This book in the Kids Canadian Nature Series contains large pictures, hands-on activities and accessible information to help children learn about trees in Canada. Each page is packed with fascinating facts that will stimulate the interest of young nature enthusiasts.