What's Inside A Flower?
And Other Questions About Science & Nature
From the creator of the New York Times bestseller Women in Science, comes a new nonfiction picture book series ready to grow young scientists by nurturing their curiosity about the natural world--starting with what's inside a flower.
Budding backyard scientists can start exploring their world with this stunning introduction to these flowery show-stoppers--from seeds to roots to blooms. Learning how flowers grow gives kids beautiful building blocks of science and inquiry.
In the launch of a new nonfiction picture book series, Rachel Ignotofsky's distinctive art style and engaging, informative text clearly answers any questions a child (or adult) could have about flowers.
About this Author
Rachel Ignotofsky is the author and illustrator of many nonfiction books, including the New York Times bestseller Women in Science and The Wondrous Workings of Planet Earth. Rachel grew up in New Jersey on a healthy diet of cartoons and pudding. After graduating from Tyler School of Art and Architecture, she began creating illustrations that make learning exciting. Rachel hopes this book will inspire kids to ask questions about their world and to explore science and nature! For more, visit her at rachelignotofskydesign.com.
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