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Reviews of The Botany Coloring Book

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Author (1): Paul Young
Author (2): Jacquelyn Giuffré

Softcopy edition:
Publish date: Month Unknown 1982
Published by: Coloring Concepts, Inc.
List price: C$29.95, US$19.95
ISBN Number: 0064603024



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Positive spklatt On Dec 5, 2004, spklatt wrote:

This is a technical colouring book for senior high school students or adults. The idea is that by colouring the diagrams, you learn and remember the concepts that go along with them. It really does work!

This type of book has long been known to be a valuable educational tool for those studying botany, anatomy or any field with a lot of physical detail. Other books in this series include The Zoology Coloring Book, The Marine Biology Coloring Book, The Computer Concepts Coloring Book, etc.

This book has 100 chapters, such as:

Green Solar Cells: Chloroplast Structure and Function
Plant Genetics: Dihybrid Cross
Complex Tissues: Xylem
Pollination: Butterflies, Moths, Bees and Birds
- etc.

Each chapter has text that explains the concepts on the left-hand page, and line diagrams on the right-hand page, complete with labels that you also colour, to match the colour that you choose for each object. An excellent educational tool; highly recommended.

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