My First Book of Houseplants (Board book)
Introducing Terra Babies at Home, a new board book series that presents plants, animals, and the environment to early readers from the intimacy of their home and helps them connect to the natural world.
My First Book of Houseplants is a beautiful introduction to the world of houseplants for babies and toddlers, helping them to develop a connection with the natural world. Like other titles in the earth-friendly series Terra Babies at Home, this book is made with FSC materials and nontoxic inks, and it is recyclable.
Simple and quirky text pairs with charming art by Åsa Gilland (The Perfect Shelter) in this book where future nature lovers will learn about houseplants in a friendly and easy way while being introduced to basic concepts of plant care and the environment.
"The spider plant looks silly … like it needs a haircut!" we read. "And the iron plant is very elegant." Readers will learn that some plants have beautiful flowers, like the peace lily, and others can make you smile, like the lucky bamboo. And that's not all: The book shows readers how to start their own houseplant project in seven easy steps! Printed on a sturdy board using FSC materials and nontoxic inks.
- Great quality and baby safe
- Real board books, perfect for little hands
- Round corners for extra safety
- A great baby shower gift
Also available from Terra Babies at Home: My First Book of Growing Food, My First Book of Reduce, Reuse, and Recycle.
About the Author
duopress labs creates innovative books and gifts for children and adults. Recent titles include the TummyTime®, Terra Babies, SmartFlash™, Pop Out, and High-Contrast series; The Belly Sticker Book; 100 Pablo Picassos; My Fridge; and A Good Deck.
Åsa's dad was a mapmaker who’d spend summers outdoors detailing aerial photos, while she would pass time in the car, drawing creatures and folks entangled in perplexing drama. That is why Åsa is still pretty good at drawing in a moving car. Åsa is the author of The Perfect Shelter (starred review from Kirkus).