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If Trees Could Talk Meg's Guide to Bushveld Trees

Field / Identification Guide
By: Megan Emmett(Author)
If Trees Could Talk
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  • If Trees Could Talk ISBN: 9781431406210 Paperback Aug 2013 Unavailable #207043
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About this book

The trouble with trees is that most people get completely root-bound trying to learn them. But the truth is that one doesn't need to be a botanist to enjoy trees; or a rocket scientist to identify them. Over almost two decades of working in the bush, Megan Emmett has developed a knack for unravelling the mystery of trees and making the subject come alive in a simple and fun way.

If Trees Could Talk is not a typical tree guide; it unlocks the world of trees by taking the reader on a personalised journey, covering 100 of the most popular and commonly encountered bushveld trees and making learning trees easy and engaging.

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Field / Identification Guide
By: Megan Emmett(Author)
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