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The Secret of the Forest The forest has concealed its secret for many a long year: a splendidly decorated little box buried beneath leaves and mushrooms. But a wily forest-dweller has discovered the key to the box - and with it the precious jewels inside. Look for the pieces of jewellery hidden in some of the pictures, and bring the forest to life with vibrant colour. An enchanting colouring book that helps you forget everyday life and restores inner peace and balance. A book for discovery, for unwinding, and for dreaming. With over 30 richly detailed hand-drawn illustrations waiting for bright and beautiful colours. We recommend crayons or coloured pencils. As the backs of the full-page drawings have been kept free, each motif can be cut out, framed and displayed. Have fun! As a little extra, you'll get a bonus colouring sheet. Video review: https: //youtu.be/fUl83PsXFqc More information and reading examples can be found on my homepage http: //alexandra-dannenmann.de.
A WALK IN THE RAINFOREST provides a colourful and stimulating way to learn about the exotic animals and plants of the rainforest. Presented in alphabet style format, each page consists of an original full-colour illustration, together with a paragraph of intriguing facts about the lifestyle and habitat of the plant or animal. Ages 8-12
The idea for this book arose in 1993, after the Free State of Bavaria through its Bayrisches Staatsministerium rur Landesentwicklung und Umweltfragen (Bavarian Ministry of Regional Development and the Environment) decided to discontinue both the Bavarian project management (PBWU) for forest decline research and the multidisciplinary field research on the Wank Mountain in the Alps near Garmisch. Forest decline through the action of ozone and other photooxidants was a main topic of the supported re- search in the Alps and will be a topic of new investigations in the Bavarian Forest. Many interesting results were obtained, but the researchers involved have not had sufficient time to allow reliable conclusions to be drawn. It was therefore decided to ask inter- national experts for contributions in order to summarize the best available evidence of a possible link between ozone and forest decline - a topic which has been studied in the USA since the late 1950s and in Europe since the early 1980s. The original idea of Waldsterben as an irreversible large-scale dieback of forests in Germany was soon recognized to be wrong (Forschungsbeirat 1989). However, the new criteria used for the official German and European damage inventories (loss or yel- lowing of needles or leaves, tree morphology) indicate that per- sistently high percentages of damaged spruce and pine remain, and there is an increasing percentage of damaged beech and oak, with a high proportion of biotic disease (Forschungsbeirat 1989; UN-ECE 1995).
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