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Stikky Trees: Learn to Recognize at a Glance the 15 Most Common Trees in the United States--in Just One Hour, Guaranteed (Stikky) by Laurence Holt
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Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 0.75" Width: 7" Height: 9" Weight: 1.06 lbs.
Release Date Apr 30, 2005
Publisher Laurence Holt Books
ISBN 1932974040 ISBN13 9781932974041
Availability 0 units.
More About Laurence Holt
Laurence Holt is a private pilot and a fanatic on the science of learning. He wrote software that became part of Microsoft Outlook, founded an international consulting business and grew it to 300 people, and created the Stikky series while on sabbatical in Umbria, Italy. The series won the AEP's Distinguished Achievement Award for Excellence in Educational Publishing.
Reviews - What do customers think about Stikky Trees: Learn to Recognize at a Glance the 15 Most Common Trees in the United States--in Just One Hour, Guaranteed (Stikky)?
Remedial Reading Teacher loves it! Sep 18, 2008
This book allows me to teach struggling readers to read for fluency, focus on vocabulary building, capitalize on visual cues, and reinforce learning through patterns and modeling. Absolutely terrific instructional resource! I highly recommend it for remedial instruction!
Learn your trees Sep 2, 2007
. Have you ever been talking with someone and they referred to some tree by name, and you had no idea what they were talking about? You know: "Oh yeah, I saw your dog down buy the maple tree in the park." Or, "Hike down this trail to the Oak tree and turn left...."
This book will eliminate those awkward moments.
This won't get you a job in the Forrest Service, but it will make your trips to the park and woodlands much more enjoyable.
This is a great way to teach kids (of all ages) about the outdoors.
Very easy. Jan 11, 2007
A little superficial, but an excellent book for kids (or adults) to learn a little about identifying common trees in the US. I'm planning on using this with my group of Cub Scouts on our next campout. It's very straightforward, and gives good associations so that the names "stick" with you. It's certainly not for in depth study or tree identification, but it's worth the money to learn a few common trees.