Flowers by Number (The Little Naturalist Series)

* Flowers by Number (The Little Naturalist Series) á PDF Download by ! David R. Shapiro eBook or Kindle ePUB Online free. Flowers by Number (The Little Naturalist Series) Kristis Book Nook according to Kristi Bernard. Do you have a child who loves learning about nature and flowers? Your beginner readers will love Flowers By Number. Readers will learn various flowers, the regions they grow in and their Latin names. Twinflower grows in the north woods and mountain forests and are also referred to as Linnaea borealis. Trillium, flowers have a uniqueness about them, they have Kristis Book Nook Do you have a child who loves learning about nature and flowers? Your

Flowers by Number (The Little Naturalist Series)

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Rating : 4.39 (966 Votes)
Asin : 0984442286
Format Type : paperback
Number of Pages : 32 Pages
Publish Date : 2014-07-04
Language : English

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“Counting one through 10, readers are introduced to 10n species of flower that, while not exclusive to, are native to the Pacific Northwest. The common and Latin names of each flower are included, as well as a description and beautiful illustration. Whether used for practicing numbers, appreciating nature through art, or learning to identify wild flowers, Flowers by Number is a book to be enjoyed by parents and their children together.”  —Portland Book Review

Entertainingly written, each page includes the common and Latin names of the flower, as well as a description. From skunk cabbage to lupine, this flower journey has something for everyone from the playful youngster to the nature enthusiast. The beautiful colorful illustrations are helpful in learning to recognize and identify the flowers.. Flowers by Number is a traditional number book–with a twist! The someday botanist or flower appreciator can count to 10 while being introduced to wild flowers

"Kristi's Book Nook" according to Kristi Bernard. Do you have a child who loves learning about nature and flowers? Your beginner readers will love Flowers By Number. Readers will learn various flowers, the regions they grow in and their Latin names. Twinflower grows in the north woods and mountain forests and are also referred to as Linnaea borealis. Trillium, flowers have a uniqueness about them, they have Kristi's Book Nook Do you have a child who loves learning about nature and flowers? Your beginner readers will love Flowers By Number. Readers will learn various flowers, the regions they grow in and their Latin names. Twinflower grows in the north woods and mountain forests and are also referred to as Linnaea borealis. Trillium, flowers have a uniqueness about them, they have 3 petals, 3 bracts, 3 leaves and their name is based on 3. Beautiful illustrations show young readers exactly what these flowers look like. The back of the book allows readers to count the flowers again. Parents, nature lovers and teachers will love this showcase o. petals, Kristi's Book Nook Do you have a child who loves learning about nature and flowers? Your beginner readers will love Flowers By Number. Readers will learn various flowers, the regions they grow in and their Latin names. Twinflower grows in the north woods and mountain forests and are also referred to as Linnaea borealis. Trillium, flowers have a uniqueness about them, they have 3 petals, 3 bracts, 3 leaves and their name is based on 3. Beautiful illustrations show young readers exactly what these flowers look like. The back of the book allows readers to count the flowers again. Parents, nature lovers and teachers will love this showcase o. bracts, Kristi's Book Nook Do you have a child who loves learning about nature and flowers? Your beginner readers will love Flowers By Number. Readers will learn various flowers, the regions they grow in and their Latin names. Twinflower grows in the north woods and mountain forests and are also referred to as Linnaea borealis. Trillium, flowers have a uniqueness about them, they have 3 petals, 3 bracts, 3 leaves and their name is based on 3. Beautiful illustrations show young readers exactly what these flowers look like. The back of the book allows readers to count the flowers again. Parents, nature lovers and teachers will love this showcase o. leaves and their name is based on Kristi's Book Nook Do you have a child who loves learning about nature and flowers? Your beginner readers will love Flowers By Number. Readers will learn various flowers, the regions they grow in and their Latin names. Twinflower grows in the north woods and mountain forests and are also referred to as Linnaea borealis. Trillium, flowers have a uniqueness about them, they have 3 petals, 3 bracts, 3 leaves and their name is based on 3. Beautiful illustrations show young readers exactly what these flowers look like. The back of the book allows readers to count the flowers again. Parents, nature lovers and teachers will love this showcase o. . Beautiful illustrations show young readers exactly what these flowers look like. The back of the book allows readers to count the flowers again. Parents, nature lovers and teachers will love this showcase o. "A Beautiful Book" according to Dad of Divas. David Shapiro has written an informative counting book using different beautiful flowers for the counting theme. He relates specific information about each type of flower in addition to using the numerals to count the flowers. David includes the scientific name for the flowers also.Haley Vain illustrated this counting book with the specific flowers. She added details so the flowers appear like a photograph. You and your child will enjoy looking at her lovely drawings as you read this book.I think you will agree this is a very special nature counting book for a young child.*I received a copy of this for review - all opi. "Cute book on flowers" according to Stormi @ BMReviewsohmy. Flowers by Numbers is a counting book for small children. It is beautifully illustrated and counts from 0 to10 by using wildflowers. It's a great way to get little ones interested in flowers. Even though its a early reader book I was learning the names of flowers that I had never heard of before so it's great for educating kids on the names of flowers.

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