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The Wayland book of common British wild flowers - a photographic guide
Theresa Greenaway
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This book describes approximately 70 common British wild flowers that children might see in their local area. There are full descriptions of the flowers; their leaves, stems, buds, height and flowering months. It tells the children how to identify each flower and how to recognise the different parts of a flower such as the petals, stamens, sepals and carpels.

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Theresa Greenaway worked in the botany department of the Natural History Museum for five years and went on to take a degree in botany. Since then she has written many natural history books for children and adults.

This invaluable guide is also illustrated with wonderful colour photographs and includes descriptions of leaves, stems, buds, height and the flowering months of up to 70 wild flower species. It also makes sure the reader will be able to identify flower parts such as petals, stamens, sepals and carpels.
Sussex Life

Useful for identification, the book provides a good photo, a description and scientific information for each entry . . . Very professional as well as readable and attractive.
Carousel, Spring 2003

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Wild flowers - Great Britain - Juvenile literature.|Wild flowers - Great Britain - Identification - Juvenile literature.
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