The Book of Trees
Why are trees so important? How many types are there? How do they benefit the environment and wildlife? This book, by the award-winning author Piotr Socha, answers these questions and more, tracking the history of trees from the time of the dinosaurs to the current day.
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- Hardback | 72 pages
- 272 x 370 x 2mm | 960g
- 12 Oct 2018
- Thames & Hudson Ltd
- London, United Kingdom
- Illustrated in colour throughout
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'Beautiful ... There is humour in the images, and compelling detail and elegant composition' - Children's Book of the Week, Sunday Times
About Piotr Socha
Piotr Socha is a graphic designer and illustrator, and the son of a beekeeper. He is one of Poland's most popular cartoonists, famous for his comic drawings in various prominent Polish magazines and newspapers. Wojciech Grajkowski is a biologist, and has written widely on science and nature for children.