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ePub Oak Tree download
Author:
Gordon Morrison
ISBN13:
978-0395956441
ISBN:
0395956447
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Publisher:
HMH Books for Young Readers; Library Binding edition (March 27, 2000)
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Subcategory:
Science Nature & How It Works
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1546 kb
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1795 kb
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4.3
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752

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As the oak tree blossoms, robins and squirrels begin to build their nests, bees fly in and out of their hive, and the tree comes to life

As the oak tree blossoms, robins and squirrels begin to build their nests, bees fly in and out of their hive, and the tree comes to life. Not only is the oak a living thing itself, it is also a habitat for other living creatures that depend on it for nesting, food, and shelter. Readers follow the tree and its inhabitants through seasons of flowering, leafing and fruiting, the return to a deep winter sleep, and the springtime reawakening - completing a cycle which has gone unbroken for more than one hundred years.

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Find nearly any book by Gordon Morrison. Gordon Morrison (Morrison, Gordon). used books, rare books and new books. Oak Tree: ISBN 9780395956441 (978-0-395-95644-1) Hardcover, HMH Books for Young Readers, 2000. Get the best deal by comparing prices from over 100,000 booksellers. Find all books by 'Gordon Morrison' and compare prices Find signed collectible books by 'Gordon Morrison'. Oak Tree: ISBN 9780618609185 (978-0-618-60918-5) Softcover, HMH Books for Young Readers, 2005. Quick Freezing and Family Food Gardening.

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MyHeritage Family Trees. Morrison Sidney Gordon was born on month day 1901, at birth place, New York, to Edward Gurney Gordon and Christina Gordon (born Frick). Morrison Sidney Gordon, 1901 - 1959 Morrison Sidney Gordon 19011959 New York New York. Edward was born on August 6 1876, in Ripley, Chautauqua, New York, USA. Christina was born on September 11 1878, in Buffalo, NY. Morrison had 6 siblings: Jacob Charles Gordon, Daisy Edna Templeton (born Gordon) and 4 other siblings. Morrison married Elizabeth H. Gordon (born Galusha). Elizabeth was born on January 15 1909, in New York, United States.

As the oak tree blossoms, robins and squirrels begin to build their nests, bees fly in and out of their hive, and the tree comes to life. Not only is the oak a living thing itself, it is also a habitat for other living creatures that depend on it for nesting, food, and shelter. Readers follow the tree and its inhabitants through seasons of flowering, leafing and fruiting, the return to a deep winter sleep, and the springtime reawakening -- completing a cycle which has gone unbroken for more than one hundred years.
  • If I could take a microscope to these drawings I bet they would be accurate down to the last molecule. SUPERB BOOK for ages 5 and UP> ADULTS Should Appreciate the AMAZING ARTWORK! Truly gorgeous and also impeccably correct info regarding the natural world. You may know GORDON MORRISON's illustrations from the botanical PETERSON GUIDE to North American Wildflowers. He is a PRISTINE illustrator. These books are HIGHLY RECOMMENDED for Every Business, Library and Home in America.

  • Gordon Morrison's "Oak Tree" tells a simple story. It opens with an oak tree reviving and putting out buds in springtime. Morrison follows the majestic tree through all the seasons of the year, and depicts the diverse community of animals that live in and around it: the mourning cloak butterfly, red-tailed hawk, downy woodpecker, gray squirrel, honeybees, skunks, tree crickets, gray tree frog, and more.
    This elegant but earthy book is packed full of nature facts. The beautiful illustrations are rich in detail. It seems to me that Morrison has a deep reverence for nature; such a reverence is communicated to me through this wonderful book. If you've never had the urge to hug a tree before, you just might want to do so after reading "Oak Tree."

  • Gordon Morrison has produced a fine book in "Oak Tree." With a single oak tree as the central 'character' of the book, he explores the life cycle of the tree through the cycle of seasons and over the lifetime of the tree. By including critters that live in, around, on and under the tree, a window into the ecological impact of trees is subtly gained. The book is easy enough to digest for the early elementary student (perhaps as a read-aloud), but the depth of material and beautiful pencil studies will interest any naturalist.

    As an artist by profession, I often choose books for my children based on the quality of the art and that is what first led me to this book. Morrison's watercolor illustrations are not cartoonish or child-like in any way - they simply and accurate depict his subjects. As a homeschooling mother, I pick this book up over and over again when discussing life cycles, seasons, food webs, habitats, teaching art and simply for enjoyable reading (sometimes when the kids aren't around).

    I loved this book so much, I just order "Pond" also by Gordon Miller and I am not disappointed.

  • Wonderfully written and illustrated. The whole series is cherished in our family. Entertaining for the pre and early readers and educational for older readers.