Color the Wildflowers of the Rockies: Discover the Great Outdoors
Pruett Publishing, 2004 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 32 pages
Here is a way to bring home wildflowers without plucking them! Brief descriptions of appearance and habitat are included to enhance your observations and discoveries of the great, wild Rocky Mountains. Games and quizzes add to the fun. Flower close-ups and scenes help describe what to look for, and where to look.
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