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TreesAreGood Coloring book
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  • TreesAreGood Coloring book

TreesAreGood™ Coloring Book




  • Item #: TAG007
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Designed for educational fun, this coloring book introduces children to arboriculture, promotes an awareness of the benefits that trees provide, and illustrates basic tree care. In addition to coloring, activities such as word searches, mazes, and dot-to-dot puzzles ensure an enjoyable learning experience for any child. (©2006, softcover, 12 pp.)

Available through ISA’s Quebec chapter in French.


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Reviews

  • 2/13/2024 12:50:49 PM
    I'll keep this review short . My objection with this publication is page 18. The image portrays a climber in the tree with children playing under the tree and playing jump rope with the climbers climbing line. This is totally an unacceptable image to have in a kids coloring book. It needs to be removed from the book immediately without hesitation. Do not wait to sell out the inventory on the shelf. Address this issue or face a potential lawsuit. I boycott the publication and I'm ashamed that the ISA condones this portrayal of a safe work practice.
  • 12/9/2014 6:57:36 AM
    The Bellefontaine Parks and Recreation ordered "Trees Are Good" coloring books to pass out at our annual Halloween walk. Needless to say the books were a huge success. Educational with no sugar high. Shelley Moore Shade Tree Volunteer