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Plantopedia: A Celebration of Nature's Greatest Show-Offs

By: Adrienne Barman(Author)
200 pages, colour illustrations
Plantopedia: A Celebration of Nature's Greatest Show-Offs
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A collection of amazing plants from all over the world, chosen for their unique traits and characteristics, with fun illustrations by Adrienne Barman. Meet the 'evergreens', the 'edibles' and the 'elderly' plants that have outlived the dinosaurs in this alphabetically-ordered encyclopedia. Filled with fascinating flowers, curious crops and wonderful weeds, Plantopedia: Welcome to the Greatest Show on Earth will keep young explorers busy for hours. A fantastic follow-up to Creaturepedia.

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Adrienne Barman spent her childhood in the highlands of Southern Switzerland and obtained her graphics diploma at Lugano. In 2001 she moved to Geneva, where she worked for five years with the collective SO2 Design while also working with Le Courrier. She also enjoyed being close to wildlife there. Since 2007 she has devoted herself to illustrating for publishing and press.

By: Adrienne Barman(Author)
200 pages, colour illustrations
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