PlantBook - 2004
New Look! Relaunched with new jackets and 8 pages of new text! Here is a an original and exciting new look at the fascinating natural world of plants. Stunning real-life photographs of flowers, fruits, seeds, leaves and more offer a unique "eyewitness" view of the natural history of plant anatomy and growth. See the biggest flower in the world, where a seed develops, what the inside of a plant stem looks like, how a flower attracts insects, what a plant's reproductive organs look like, and how a dandelion spreads its seeds. Learn how plants defend themselves, why flowers are brightly colored, how a plant can climb, why some plants feed on insects, and why some plants have no seeds. Discover why some plants have spines and stingers, what plants looked like millions of years ago, how plants survive in the desert, how plants turn sunlight into energy, and much, much more.
Publisher: New York : DK Pub., 2004.
Branch Call Number: j 580 BURNIE D
Characteristics: 72 pages : color illustrations ; 29 cm.
Alternative Title: Eyewitness plant