Series: Pebble Books: Trees

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Maple Trees (Pebble Books: Trees) by Marcia S. Freeman
Oak Trees (Pebble Books: Trees) by Marcia S. Freeman
Palm Trees (Pebble Books: Trees) by Marcia S. Freeman
Pine Trees (Pebble Books: Trees) by Marcia S. Freeman

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  1. Bee (Heinemann First Library: Bug Books) by Karen Hartley (1998)
  2. Winter (Pebble Books: Seasons) by Saunders-Smith (1998)
  3. Giant Sequoia Trees (Early Bird Nature Books) by Ginger Wadsworth (1995)
  4. Flowers (Pebble Books: Growing Flowers) by Gail Saunders-Smith (1998)
  5. Beans (Plants Life Cycles) by Gail Saunders-Smith (1997)
  6. Keeping Water Clean (Water) by Helen Frost (2000)
  7. Trees
  8. Life As a Sunflower (Life As a...) by Victoria Parker (2003)
  9. Stems (Pebble Plus: Plant Parts) by Vijaya Khisty Bodach (2006)
  10. Maple Trees (Rookie Read-About Science) by Allan Fowler (2001)
  11. Life Cycle of a Sunflower (Heinemann First Library: Life Cycles) by Angela Royston (1998)
  12. Trees Up Close: The Beauty of Their Bark, Leaves, Flowers, and Seeds by Nancy Ross Hugo (2014)
  13. Stems and Trunks (Raintree Perspectives: Plant Parts) by Melanie Waldron (2014)
  14. A Gift of a Tree/Book and Tree Starter Kit by Greg Henry Quinn (1994)
  15. Inside a Rain Forest (Pair-It Books) by Gare Thompson (2009)

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