The Little Book of Trees

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Dominique Pen Du

Buy now Not yet printed due - 04/20

Territory: World excluding France
Size: 160 mm x 105 mm
Pages: 176
Illustrations: 81 colour
Name of series: The Little Book of...

RRP £10.95

  • A compact encyclopaedia of 80 varieties of trees from around the world
  • Beautifully packaged - hardback, foam filled, with gilt edging
  • Richly illustrated with vintage lithographs

Where does the apricot tree come from? Why is the oak-tree regarded as the king of all trees? What is made from the walnut tree? Why were lindens planted around churches in the Middle Ages? What are the birch-tree's pharmaceutical properties? Why is the yew's shade deemed to be dangerous? Exquisitely illustrated with colourful lithographs, this little album is a pocket-sized encyclopaedia, containing hundreds of anecdotes on around 80 species of trees.

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The Little Book of Cats ISBN 9782812317408
The Little Book of Dogs ISBN 9782812318580
The Little Books of New York ISBN 9782812315329
The Little Book of Paris ISBN 9782812313318
The Little Books of Birds ISBN 9782812316364
The Little book of Versailles ISBN 9782812317804
The Little Book of Roses ISBN 9782379640810
The Little Book of Medicinal Plants ISBN 9782812319815
The Little Book of The Language of Flowers ISBN 9782812318924
The Little Book of The Moon ISBN 9782379641046

Dominique Pen Du is a French journalist and author.