What’s Inside a Flower?

By Rachel Ignotofsky
Picture Books
Review:

The book begins by teaching readers about the many different types of flowers on Earth, and shows exciting details about where they grow and what they look like. Vibrant pages show lively Hibiscus flowers that bloom in lush jungles, dainty Alpine Moon Daisies that thrive on snowy mountaintops, as well as delicate buds that are found on towering apple trees. Next, the book brings them along on the anatomy and life journey of a flower. Throughout this process, readers learn about the many factors that go into the growing of a flower, photosynthesis, spreading pollen, and how they reproduce. This is a beautiful book, filled to the brim with stunning illustrations and intriguing information about flowers.


(Reviewed by Kate Phillips)

Genre Nonfiction
The Good and the Beautiful Library No
  • Audiobook
  • E-Book
  • 3 Entertainment Value
  • 3 Moral Value
  • 5 Educational Value
  • 4 Literary Value
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