From Little Acorns A First Look at the Life Cycle of a Tree by Sam Godwin
  

Synopsis

From Little Acorns A First Look at the Life Cycle of a Tree by Sam Godwin

As they roam around their woodland home, a mother and baby squirrel observe, ask questions and comment on the amazing life cycle of a century-old oak tree. By homing in on trees in the wood at various stages of development, we are able to view the sequence of events from acorn, through to sapling and on to fully grown tree.

Reviews

Masterpieces of making complex subjects accessible -- TES This beautifully illustrated information book will interest KS1 children. It shows the life cycle of an aok tree in a colourful and interesting way. -- Somerset Children's Book Review 20020601 'Wayland's new series keeps it absolutely simple for reception and infant children.

About the Author

Sam Godwin is one of the most popular children's authors working today. Under his own name Saviour Pirotta and his pseudonym Sam Godwin, he has written a wide range of fiction and non-fiction texts and won awards both here and in the US.

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Book Info

Format

Paperback
32 pages
Interest Age: From 5 To 7

Author

Sam Godwin
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Publisher

Hodder Wayland an imprint of Hachette Children's Books

Publication date

18th January 2001

ISBN

9780750030755


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