Author: William Petty | Illustrator: Axel Scheffler | Age: 2-5 | English | Axel Scheffler National Trust Planting Books Series
Discover the joy of growing things in this non-fiction nature picture book series from Axel Scheffler and the National Trust
Tilly has been learning all about trees and she would love to grow one. So when Grandma shows Tilly her special oak tree and they collect an acorn from the ground, they know just what to do. With help from their friends Worm and Ladybird, Tilly starts to grow her very own oak tree. Join in as she watches it grow, with fun flaps to lift to see what’s happening underground and a big pop-up surprise at the end.
With a gentle story and simple facts to explain how plants grow, children will be inspired to get outside and follow the helpful tips to plant their very own trees.
Featuring artwork from bestselling The Gruffalo illustrator Axel Scheffler, this new nature series from the National Trust is one for all the family to treasure!
Other titles in the series include: Sam Plants a Sunflower