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A Jackson Hole Tale: Bug and the Flowers

A Story of Heliotropic Symbiosis

Authored by Betsy Wolff Frey

The flowers in the meadow high in the Tetons like to use big words. Summer is short in the mountains, and the flowers must be pollinated if they are to have children in the spring. The wind brings pollen to one, and a hummingbird brings pollen to another. The last is a heliotropic (sun-facing) flower whose warmth attracts a bug, demonstrating pollination by heliotropic symbiosis.

This has the characteristic sleepy ending of one of Betsy Wolff Frey's Lost Civilization Bedtime Stories.

Publication Date:
1438244150 / 9781438244150
Page Count:
Binding Type:
US Trade Paper
Trim Size:
8.25" x 8.25"
Black and White
Related Categories:
Juvenile Fiction / Bedtime & Dreams

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