It Could Still Be a Flower

It Could Still Be a Flower

by Allan Fowler

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Full-color photographs present a variety of flowers. There are morning glories that only open in the early part of the day. Some flowers grow on stems straight out of the ground; others can be found on shrubs or trees. In the spring many gardeners plant bulbs such as lilies, hyacinths, and tulips. Before the flowers bloom most plants produce buds, then the flowers burst forth. Not all plants bloom in spring, some produce flowers in the fall. Most flowers need soil, water, and sunshine, however, some can live without soil such as orchids. Whether planted and tended in your home garden or found in great profusion in the wild, flowers and their beauty can bring great enjoyment. There is an index and brief note about the author in this "Rookie Read-About Science" book that is perfect for budding gardeners or curious young kids who want to know a little more about flowers. 2001, Children's Press/Scholastic,
— Marilyn Courtot

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Scholastic Library Publishing
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Rookie Read-about Science Series
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Product dimensions:
6.70(w) x 5.70(h) x 0.20(d)
Age Range:
6 - 7 Years

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