Plants with Seeds

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The Rosen Publishing Group, 2003 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 32 pages
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Students love smelling garden flowers and climbing oak trees, and they'll be interested to know that these seemingly different plants are more closely related than people might think. The reproductive lives of gymnosperms and angiosperms are thoughtfully discussed and compared. Conifers, seedings, and pollination abound in this colorful look at how we organize plants with seeds.
 

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Contents

Classifying Living Things
Pines and More 11
Many Kinds of Flowering Plants 18
Seeds and Fruits 24
What Living Things Share 30
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About the author (2003)

Elaine Pascoe has written more than twenty nonfiction books for young readers and has worked as a newspaper reporter, magazine writer, and editor. She lives in Connecticut.
Laurie Keller is the acclaimed author-illustrator of "Arnie the Doughnut"; "The Scrambled States of America"; and "Open Wide: Tooth School Inside," She lives in Muskegon, Michigan.

Dwight Kuhn has a degree in biology and taught school for eighteen years. His interest in photography and nature led him to be the sole photographer for 167 printed nature books for children. His work has appeared in more than 60 photo essays featured in major magazines such as: Audubon, Natural History, GEO, Smithsonian, National Geographic, National Wildlife, and Ranger Rick. His books have won several awards including SB&F Prize for Excellence in Science Literature, Animal Behavior Society's Outstanding Children's Book Award, John Burrough's Book Award, New York Times Review, Editor's Choice, Parent's Choice Gold Award and Outstanding Science Trade Books for Children. Dwight is sharing his photographs and design skills to make eBooks for children.

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