(1) Botany for Children (2) The Junior Gardener


THAT the child is indeed father of the man is being made increasingly obvious by the findings of modern psychological research. Any books, therefore, that aim at awakening in the developing child a sincere interest in a human activity so worth-while as the study and cultivation of plants are to be welcomed.

(1) Botany for Children

Lady Elphinstone. Pp. iv + 160 + 12 plates. (London: Burns, Oates and Washbourne, Ltd., 1936.) 3s. 6d.

(2) The Junior Gardener

Harriet Price. Walter P. Wright. Pp. xii + 134 + 4 plates. (London: J. M. Dent and Sons, Ltd., 1936.) 5s. net.


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G., J. (1) Botany for Children (2) The Junior Gardener. Nature 138, 784 (1936). https://doi.org/10.1038/138784a0

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