An impressive large format album, a beautiful edition not only for the youngest
Plants are everywhere. In the highest mountains and deepest valleys, at the poles and on the equator, on land and in water. The smallest of them are one hundred times smaller than a grain of salt, the largest - taller than a 20-story building.
We would not exist without them. Plants produce oxygen that we breathe. They give us food and medicine, fabrics we use to sew clothes, and material for building houses.
Where did they come from What did the first of them look like? When did the first forest grow? When did the first flowers appear? Which plants are the largest, rarest, strangest, ugliest, most long-lived? Why do some smell bad?
Go to the Botanicum and you will learn everything.
• full title: Botanicum. Plant Museum
• text: Kathy Willis
• illustrations: Katie Scott
• translation: Katarzyna Rosłan
• ISBN 978-83-64347-90-0
• format: 27.20 x 37 cm
• binding: hard
• 104 pages
• age category 7+