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Leaf jumpers —Gerber, Carole, author.

Illustrations and rhyming text describe different leaves and the trees from which they fall in the autumn.Graceful, poetic text celebrates the beauty of autumn leaves, while the simple text at the end explains why leaves...

Leaf jumpers —Gerber, Carole.

Illustrations and rhyming text describe different leaves and the trees from which they fall.

A tree is nice —Udry, Janice May.

Briefly describes the value of a tree.

Would you, could you plant a tree? : with Dr. Seuss's Lorax —Tarpley, Todd, author.

"Dr. Seuss's Lorax explains how trees help clean the air we breath, and the steps required to successfully plant a tree"-- Provided by publisher.

The wild leaf ride —Stamper, Judith Bauer.

Ms. Frizzle's class goes on a wild field trip where they get stuck in a tree and learn all about leaves.

A tree grows up —Delano, Marfe Ferguson, author.

"In this charming picture book, curious little kids will learn all about how an acorn grows up to be an oak tree. The story includes the stages of growth of a tree throughout the seasons and year. It also introduces the ...

A log's life —Pfeffer, Wendy, 1929-

Introduction to the life cycle of a tree.

This very tree : a story of 9/11, resilience, and regrowth —Rubin, Sean, 1986- author.

"A deeply moving nonfiction picture book about the 9/11 Survivor Tree and the spirit of America." -- Provided by publisher.

The secret life of trees : explore the forests of the world, with Oakheart the Brave —Butterfield, Moira, 1960-

"Did you know that trees can talk to each other? Or that the oldest living thing is a tree? Let the ancient and mysterious Oakheart, the oldest and wisest tree in the forest, lead you through this beautiful guide to tree...

Little pear tree —Williams, Rachel (Author at Big Picture Press)

Watch as a tiny seed grows through the seasons into a fine pear tree in this beautifully presented first book from Jenny Bowers. This format showcases vibrant artwork with more than twenty-five flaps that you lift to dis...

Once there was a tree —Romanova, N. (Natalʹi︠a︡)

An old stump attracts many living creatures, even man, and when it is gone, a new tree attracts the same creatures, who need it for a variety of reasons.

Celebritrees : historic and famous trees of the world —Preus, Margi, author.

The 14 trees in this book have earned the title "Celebritrees" for their global fame and significance. Both in fact and in legend, these fascinating trees remind us not only how much pleasure trees bring, but what they c...

When God made the tree —Kroll, Virginia L.

Presents thirteen different tree species around the world and describes how they carry out God's plan by supporting people and other animals in a harmonious relationship.

Apples —Gibbons, Gail.

Explains how apples were brought to America, how they grow, their traditional uses and cultural significance, and some of the varieties grown.

Crinkleroot's guide to knowing the trees —Arnosky, Jim.

An illustrated introduction to trees and woodlands with information on how to identify the bark and the leaves, the many ways that animals use trees, and how to read the individual history that shapes every tree.

Build a neighborhood library —Gulati, Annette, author.

Describes the benefits that libraries bring to communities and how lending libraries can help conserve trees and explains how to build a neighborhood library.

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