What’s Inside a Flower?: And Other Questions About Science and Nature by Rachel Ignotofsky

What’s Inside a Flower?: And Other Questions About Science & Nature by Rachel Ignotofsky; illustrated by Rachel Ignotofsky. 2021. Illustrations are created traditionally and with a computer. Published by Crown Books for Young Readers.

Brief summary: Questions about flowers are answered with beautiful illustrations and clear informative text. The many labeled diagrams, dialog bubbles, and mixture of fonts and sizes make the picture book easy to read and understand. Young readers will learn about the flower’s seed, root, and blossom.

Comments: This is a nonfiction picture book fully illustrated from the top to the bottom of the page. The end pages are decorated with a variety of flowers. There is a “Sources” page in the back.

This is the launch of a new nonfiction picture book series. You may recognize Ignotofsky’s unique style in her Women in Series Collection.

A Special Story Time: Rachel Ignotofsky presents “What’s Inside a Flower” with VromansBookst

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