Trees and Their World

Botany Grades 7–8 Extension
$5.99 $4.79 Out of stock
$5.99 $4.79 Out of stock
Rated 4.7 out of 5

Very Educational

Rated 4 out of 5
August 11, 2022

This book is meant to be read as a science book. It is not one to read expecting to be entertained. I thought it was informative and educational, though sometimes hard to stay awake.

Stacy H.

Lots of information in a narrative package

Rated 5 out of 5
April 27, 2021

I didn’t realize just how amazing trees and plants are, until I read this book with my kids. The small details that work together in God’s creations are fascinating. Lots of information in this book!

Tristan R

Advanced Learning

Rated 5 out of 5
December 16, 2020

Wow, there is a lot of detail in this book. It was a little too advanced for my kids so we’ll keep it for later. It is a perfect match to read while doing Botany for higher levels.


I Had No Idea!

Rated 5 out of 5
October 21, 2020

I learned so much reading this book. I’m sure I’ll never look at trees the same again. This book is written at a great level; it’s informative yet not too complicated in vocabulary or detail to be over my head. The illustrations are very good and helpful too.

Ann M.

Full of information!

Rated 4 out of 5
June 15, 2020

This is a nice book. It has so much information about trees and leaves. It is a great non-fiction to add to the botany curriculum. My only reason for giving it a 4 instead of a 5 star review is that it is so full of information that you will need to take it in small bits for kids to retain any of the info. It is explained well for young kids, just jam-packed!

KAryn T.
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This book is discontinued and will not be restocked.

Level 7

“KEYOO, keyoo!” a sapsucker called as he flew through the woods. Soon he alighted on the trunk of a sugar maple. The maple stood at the edge of a pasture. Its trunk, therefore, was not very tall, and its branches spread upward in all directions.

Trees and Their World takes readers on a unique journey from the forest to the swamp. This beautiful book exposes the fascinating inner workings of what are sometimes considered plain, ordinary trees. In a relatable storytelling fashion, with rich vocabulary and beautiful illustrations, readers learn about the inner workings of trees from leaf tip to root end and are given visual glimpses of the often overlooked beauty and details of these wonderful creations and of the world around them.

88 pages, written by Carroll Lane Fenton & Dorothy Constance Pallas

Trees and Their World is recommended to accompany the Botany science unit and expand learning for older students.

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