1 edition of Balloon trees found in the catalog.
Written in English
Rhyming text and illustrations outline the process by which latex is extracted from trees to make balloons.
|Statement||by Danna Smith ; illustrated by Laurie Allen Klein|
|Contributions||Klein, Laurie Allen, illustrator|
|LC Classifications||SB290 .S55 2013|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||1 unpaged volumes :|
|ISBN 10||1607186128, 1607186241, 1607186365|
|ISBN 10||9781607186120, 9781607187073, 9781607186243, 9781607186366, 9781607186489, 9781607186601|
|LC Control Number||2012030119|
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Balloon Balloon trees book is a charming children's rhyming story about how balloons are made. It starts with the rubber trees and covers the whole process - through the factory, onto the truck, and ending at the store.
The text and illustrations are simple yet educational/5(9). Balloon Trees by Danna Smith is a wonderfully fun book to read aloud to young children. The poetic verse cadence lends itself to joyfully singing the text.
Balloons are always fun and entertaining for children and so is reading about how they are made. They slice the bark then add a spout--white milky latex drip-drops out/5.
The author and illustrator of Something from Nothing, The Balloon Tree was her ﬁrst book, and it is an enduring favorite with her fans.
Product details Age Range: 3 - 6 years/5(62). The Balloon Tree was the only one that was in that small pile and I decided to keep. The book itself is very imaginative. I really like the idea of Leora having a wizard friend accessible by swirling staircase behind a curtain in her bedroom/5.
The inspiration for her most recent book, Balloon Trees, came from her husband's line of work running a rubber manufacturing plant. Although his company makes industrial rubber products, Danna chose to follow the creation of a fun product that is near and dear to a child's heart: the : Danna Smith.
Balloon Trees is a charming children's rhyming story about how balloons are made. It starts with the rubber trees and covers the whole process - through the factory, onto the truck, and ending at the store. The text and illustrations are simple yet educational/5(9).
The inspiration for her most recent book, Balloon Trees, came from her husband's line of work running a rubber manufacturing plant. Although his company makes industrial rubber products, Danna chose to follow the creation of a fun product that is near and dear to a child's heart: the balloon.
Balloon Trees by Danna Smith Illustrated by Laurie Allen Klein Arbordale Publishing Ages ISBN English ISBN Spanish ASIN: B00CJ0UPZY e-book. Ever wonder how a balloon is made. Follow the journey of a balloon from its beginnings as gooey sap in a tree to its completion at a rubber factory.
Balloons do come from trees rubber trees. Have you ever wondered how balloons are made. This rhyming story follows the wide variety of steps involved in the balloon process, starting with the tapping of the rubber trees, to the ship that carries the liquid rubber to the factory, to the manufacturing process all so you can have balloons at your birthday party.
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No, these trees don’t bear balloons, but they are the starting place for the production of these popular objects. Rhyming couplets and effective illustrations describe the general process by which latex is extracted from trees, converted into a colorful mix, shaped into forms, treated and sent to stores to be sold as : Danna Smith.
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Balloons really do come from trees rubber trees. A picture book by Danna Smith, illustrated by Laurie Allen Klein, published by Sylvan Dell Publishing. Editions for The Balloon Tree: (Hardcover published in ), (), (Hardcover published in ), (Paperback p Author: Phoebe Gilman.
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The Stage 4 Biff, Chip and Kipper stories provide a rich /5(12). Balloon Trees Danna Smith (author), Laurie Allen Klein (illustrator) Publisher: Arbordale Publishing ISBN: Sign in to Read Description. Ever wonder how a balloon is made. Follow the journey of a balloon from its beginnings as gooey sap in a tree to its completion at a rubber factory.
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Balloons stayed inflated for well over a week and were perfect for birthday party. (Compared with hours for latex balloons that came with our helium tank from another vendor). Some balloon valves were in different positions, but no big deal and all self-sealed without any issues.
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View Product [ x ] close Brand: Sky Pony.K-Gr 2-With a little green tropical bird on every spread, the process of balloon making is outlined. Bright, full-color illustrations show the steps of harvesting and processing sap from rubber trees, shipping it to factories, and forming it into balloons of all sizes, shapes, and colors.