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Children's Nonfiction Trees & Forests

Kids Canadian Tree Book, The

by (author) Pamela Hickman

illustrated by Heather Collins

Publisher
Kids Can Press
Initial publish date
Jun 1995
Category
Trees & Forests
  • Paperback / softback

    ISBN
    9781550743364
    Publish Date
    Jun 1995
    List Price
    $6.95
  • Hardback

    ISBN
    9781550741988
    Publish Date
    Jan 1995
    List Price
    $14.95

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Recommended Age, Grade, and Reading Levels

  • Age: 7 to 11
  • Grade: 2 to 6

Description

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.

About the authors

PAMELA HICKMAN is the author of over forty non-fiction books for children, including winners of the Green Prize for Sustainable Literature, the Best Book Award from the Society of School Librarians International and the Canadian Authors Association Lilla Sterling Memorial Award. She co-authored the first book in this series, Righting Canada's Wrongs: Japanese Canadian Internment in the Second World War. She lives in Canning, Nova Scotia.

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Jane Drake, with her co-author and sister Ann Love, has co-authored many award-winning non fiction books for kids including The Kids Book of the Night Sky, The Kids Book of the Far North, The Kids Cottage Book, and most recently, Alien Invaders: Species that Threaten Our World. Their works usually have an environmental flavor. Jane lives in Toronto.

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Editorial Reviews

A book that will answer many questions children have about trees ... Accomplished with a clearly written narrative, the inclusion of interesting facts, color illustrations that feature children from diverse cultural backgrounds, and several inquiry-based investigations.

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The series encourages children to become close observers of nature and also provides step-by-step experiments and activities to perform, such as heating a pine cone to release its seeds. Hickman has done a good job of finding interesting tidbits of information and making comparisons. The type is large, and the colorful drawings are attractive.

Booklist

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