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Children's LiteratureWhat are the biggest plants in the world? Yes, trees. Trees with their roots holding them in place. Trees with a single stem called a trunk. Trees that grow leaves to collect sunlight and make food. Some trees have big flat leaves that fall in the autumn and grow back in the spring. Others are evergreen with thin leaves, called needles, and cones containing seeds that can grow new trees. Look no further if you are searching for a simple introduction to trees for your human seedling. Smaller hands will appreciate the petite format of this book (only 6" x 8"). Large, colorful photos accompany the bold, clear type. Seventeen pages contain 123 words. The glossary is combined with the index. The "Yellow Umbrella Book" science series includes Mammals, The Ocean, Push and Pull, Who Builds?, and Show Us Your Wings. 2004, Capstone/Yellow Umbrella Books, Ages 4 to 7.