Arbor Day

Today, April 30, is Arbor Day! Arbor Day was first celebrated more than one hundred years ago, in 1872, and is celebrated here on the last Friday in April. Arbor Day is a day to celebrate and plant trees, and for celebrating the forests. Celebrate Arbor Day by planting a tree at your house, or by learning about trees and forests.  Here are a few books from the library that might help you choose a tree for your yard, and will help you learn more about trees and about Arbor Day.

Complete Guide to Trees & Shrubs Complete Guide to Trees & Shrubs Curious George Plants a Tree Firefly Encyclopedia of Trees   

 

Arbor Day by Diane Burns, with pictures by Kathy Rogers

Complete Guide to Trees & Shrubs edited by Denny Schrock

Curious George Plants a Tree by Monica Perez

A Field Guide to Texas Trees by Benny J. Simpson

Firefly Encyclopedia of Trees edited by Stephen Cafferty