Forest (Hardcover)

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Forest (Hardcover)


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A simple introduction to the beauty of forests and the vibrant life within them, from the award-winning author of the acclaimed interactive picture book Tap the Magic Tree.

This beautifully illustrated nonfiction children’s picture book begins with a view of the forest at a distance, then zooms in on its fascinating details, including the amazing trees, bright birds, adorable baby animals, and other wonders of nature that inhabit it. The rhythmic text and inviting watercolor illustrations allow curious young readers to observe, explore, and learn what makes forests so special and vitally important.

An engaging read-aloud that invites questions and conversation, Forest offers an intriguing introduction to the natural world and encourages little ones to develop a connection with the great outdoors that can last a lifetime. Perfect for any time of year and a beautiful way to celebrate spring, Earth Day, Mother’s Day, or the arrival of a new baby, this endlessly delightful children's nature book includes additional information about forests and what we can do to care for them.
Christie Matheson is the author of the acclaimed picture books Tap the Magic TreeTouch the Brightest Starand Plant the Tiny Seed, as well as the middle-grade novels Shelter and Select. She lives in San Francisco with her family.
Product Details ISBN: 9781797228495
ISBN-10: 1797228498
Publisher: Princeton Architectural Press
Publication Date: April 2nd, 2024
Pages: 44
Language: English
“Stirring forest ode…Matheson offers a definition of “forest” that feels deeply resonant in its interconnected comprehensiveness.”

Publishers Weekly