Botany Coloring Book

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Item #: 020035
ISBN: 9780064603027
Grades: 9-Adult
Author: Paul Young

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Publisher: HarperCollins
Contributor:Jacquelyn Giuffre (Illustrator)
Binding: Trade Paper
Pages: 224
Dimensions: 8.125 x 11 x .426 in.; 1.125 lbs.
Edition: illustrated
Language: English
Series Title: HarperCollins Coloring Books
Audience: General Adult

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My daughter really liked this book She said she learned a lot more than she thought she would as she was skeptical of learning from a coloring book but she now is happy she did it It was not an easy zip through it either It took her several months and she said it is definitely high school/ college level learning There was no prep on my part; I was just there if she had a question mostly about pronunciationI highly recommend this book
August 18, 2008
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To go with Botany Adventures text.
Petra C on Aug 29, 2018
It was recommended by Cathy Duffy to accompany the Botany Adventure curriculum.
Amanda M on Jun 6, 2018
To go with Botany Adventures text.
Petra C on Aug 29, 2018
Want to learn about the parts of the plant.
Beth D on Aug 20, 2018
It was recommended by Cathy Duffy to accompany the Botany Adventure curriculum.
Amanda M on Jun 6, 2018
teaching bio next year
Kristin R on Jun 1, 2018
It is a recommended resource for the Botany Adventure textbook.
Nancy M on Aug 29, 2016
Daughter wanted to study Botany for 9th grade and this came recommend.
Susanne M on Jun 15, 2016
Possibly teaching botany next year, and I use the other coloring books to teach so it made since to see if this would be a good resource too.
Tara T on Jun 1, 2016
To supplement my son's high school botany course.
paul h on Dec 19, 2015
To enhance learning of plants section.
Stefani H on Oct 13, 2015
Want to learn about the parts of the plant.
Beth D on Aug 20, 2018
teaching bio next year
Kristin R on Jun 1, 2018
What weight of paper is used? Can you use watercolor or markers?
A shopper on Jul 29, 2018
BEST ANSWER: The paper weight seems to be about the same as regular printer paper - too thin for watercolor but would possibly work for fine-tipped markers like are shown on the front cover. Still, we would suggest putting a manilla file folder under the page being colored to limit any bleed through problems.
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