THE FIRST BOOK OF WILD FLOWERS by Betty Cavanna

THE FIRST BOOK OF WILD FLOWERS

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Youngsters who enjoy nature lore will find this complete categorization of wild flowers a real boon. Divided into seasonal sections, the name, description and photograph-like illustration of each flower make up the greater portion of the book. Opening chapters include how wild flowers live and grow, what their roots and leaves are like and a comparison between them and their garden variety counterparts. Concluding chapters instruct the reader on how to start a wild flower garden and amuse him with some comic flower nicknames. A fine introduction to the topic.

Pub Date: March 24th, 1961
Publisher: Franklin Watts