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What's inside a flower?
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What's inside a flower?: and other questions about science & nature

Format: Hardback

ISBN: 9780593176474

Publication Date: 16 Feb 2021

Subject: Nature

Suitable for: Primary (Year 3, Year 4)

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A look at flowers - how they grow and develop, why they have evolved as they have, and how they contribute to life on Earth.

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Summary

A look at flowers - how they grow and develop, why they have evolved as they have, and how they contribute to life on Earth.


Budding backyard scientists can start exploring their world with this introduction to these flowery show-stoppers - from seeds to roots to blooms.

Learning how flowers grow gives kids beautiful building blocks of science and inquiry.

Category
JNF
Subject
Nature
Dewey
582.1
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Full colour illus throughout
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Pub. date
16 Feb 2021
Edition
Import
ISBN
9780593176474
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Binding
Cloth
Pages
44
Width
229mm
Height
267mm
Weight
440g
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Product dimensions
A3
A4

229mm x 267mm

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