Eyewitness: Tree

David Burnie

Did you know that a single seed can cross an ocean? What happens when a leaf dies? How did the first flowers appear on Earth? Learn about the different varieties of the world's trees with this fascinating book.

978 1 405 30548 8
August 2004
280 x 216 mm
72 pp
Colour throughout
Dorling Kindersley in association with the Natural History Museum


Eyewitness: Tree contains everything you need to know about anything to do with trees, including their variety, structure and life-cycles, from the tiny acorn to forest giants.

Eyewitness: Tree is available to order from our co-publisher Dorling Kindersley. For details of how to contact them, please visit Publishing partners.


David Burnie, BSc, studied zoology and worked as a biologist before becoming a full-time science writer. He has written or contributed to more than 75 books and multimedia titles including How Nature Works, which won the Science Book Prize. He has also worked as a consultant on BBC TV nature programmes.

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