Common ground : Really moving ; Layers of the earth ; Minerals ; The rock cycle ; Fossils ; Landforms ; Mountains ; North American landscapes ; Field succession ; Loose landscape painting -- 2. After completing Farm Anatomy, she got inspired to continue with what she was doing. See the world in a new way! Additionally, this was beautiful to look at. Take a hike : Anatomy of a deciduous tree ; Anatomy of a trunk ; Leaf identification ; North American trees ; Beautiful bark ; Some flowers, cones, seeds, and fruits of trees ; Printing patterns ; Anatomy of a fern ; Pretty, pretty lichen ; Mysterious mosses ; Waterbears ; Mycelium ; Anatomy of a mushroom ; Marvelous mushrooms ; Rotting log ; Foraging in the forest -- 5. In my childhood I would be obsessed with this book, and I would bring it on every camping trip and road trip. That's precisely what illustrator extraordinaire Julia Rothman and her collaborators Jenny Volvovski and Matt Lamothe celebrate in The Who, the What, and the When- an illuminating inventory of the little-known champions behind a wide range of cultural icons. Just visit my Amazon profile for the link.
It gives a reader friendly general overview of the planet including but not limited to rock cycles, insect anatomy, water bodies, animal adaptation, macro and micro fossils, mushroom anatomy, weather, bird eggs, seashells, and more. Have Such a beautiful fascinating book! If you — or your nature players — have ever wanted to see how mountains are formed, wondered about cloud formations, the life cycle of a mushroom, or the different feathers on a bird, this is the book for you!. Table of Contents Introduction Chapter 1 Common Ground Really Moving - Layers of the Earth - Minerals - The Rock Cycle - Fossils - Landforms - Mountains - North American Landscapes - Field Succession - Loose Landscape Painting Chapter 2 What's Up? In my childhood I would be obsessed with this book, and I would bring it on every camping trip and road trip. Reading this book was kinda like that. She shows it all Some people are blessed with a cool aunt or cool uncle, one that takes you on hikes and catches bugs with you to study. Synopsis See the world in a new way! Remember that fascination with the world around you? Read it, you'd be happy you did : I truly loved this book.
Pint-size epicures will, by contrast, savor the consonant potential of dishes such as tonnato, tournedos and tostadas. Julia Rothman is your cool aunt. Adjust for individual reading level. I have taught most of the content of this book to middle school science classes, and learned even more of it from just growing up in an area where my parents pushed me outside and I had ecologically diverse mountains in my backyard. A set of graphical representations proposed by a scientist. The one rule: Before putting pen to paper, each artist is only allowed to see the panel that precedes his or her own.
It has the same beautiful artwork, but with a wider range of topics which makes sense, since the natural world is so vast and varied. And the content, while it was stuff with which I am generally familiar, would be amazing and accessible for what I imagine is a vast majority of people, especially those who haven't taken a science class in years. Leído en la edición e No es un libro al uso, sino un montón de ilustraciones de la autora, agrupadas por temas, con textos que explican curiosidades. The E-mail message field is required. It is a good idea ruined by a failure of editing. The reason I did not give it five stars is because it would have been nice to have more detailed illustrations.
But it isn't as amazing as all the ratings I've seen make it out to be. Think 's , which is a masterful, humorous, knowledgeable take on these early heroes of computer science. But she is fascinated by food. Come close : Anatomy of a flower ; Anatomy of a bee ; Anatomy of a butterfly ; Metamorphosis ; Plants that attract butterflies ; Beautiful butterflies ; Colorful moths ; Sedges, rushes, grasses ; Grazing edibles ; Incredible insects and bugs abounding ; Spectacular spiders ; Anatomy of an ant -- 4. If you — or your nature players — have ever wanted to see how mountains are formed, wondered about cloud formations, the life cycle of a mushroom, or the different feathers on a bird, this is the book for you! They will get much more out of the book that way. Nature Anatomy is more fun and simple. Combining ink lines with deeply saturated blocks of color, the uncluttered illustrations provide a stylish showcase of architectural structures, which are further explained in an appendix.
See more pictures of the book on my blog. I have taught most of the content of this book to middle school science classes, and learned even more of it from just growing up in an area where my parents pushed me outside and I had ecologically diverse mountains in my backyard. Whether read cover to cover or simply used as a reference, Nature Anatomy is sure to inspire every time it's opened. A little bird told me : Anatomy of a bird ; A bevy of birds ; Kinds of feathers ; Birdcalls ; a variety of nests ; Extraordinary eggs ; Intriguing bird behavior ; Birds of prey ; Owls ; Big birds ; A variety of beaks ; Water birds -- 7. You should buy a copy for the child in you, as well. With time and pressure, the minerals in the water are deposited into the structure of the organism and solidify, leaving behind a three-dimensional fossil. Warhola, who inspired her son Andy's fascination with groceries.
A delicate black line describes the architecture with dexterity, allowing readers a glimpse of wonders that may await on their own journeys as they root for Brick to succeed on hers. I like the ink line styles with filled colours. She shows it all through beautiful illustrations and manages to make you feel such love for the nature around you, however small it is. Reading this book was kinda like that. It makes you wonder why textbooks aren't this fun to read. I read it with my toddler, and it reminded me of so much I used to know. All the bits of information are presented alongside Julia Rothman's simple but beautifully coloured illustrations.
Nature Anatomy was even better! It gives a reader friendly general overview of the planet including but not limited to rock cycles, insect anatomy, water bodies, animal adaptation, macro and micro fossils, mushroom anatomy, weather, bird eggs, seashells, and more. Reading it was a pure joy and it can teach you much about the world you have already explored but hadn't seen. Much like Farm Anatomy, Nature Anatomy is about 60% illustration and 40% text, but the information in this book is more dense and thus, more interesting. One that always seems to know something about everything, you know. I really enjoyed opening it up to read to them and share too.