Do trees have name cards?
Do trees have heartbeats?
Do trees give off scents?
Can the bark tell us how a tree has grown, just like our skin?
Using fun and entertaining tree appreciation games that make use of our four senses, iDO LOVE TREE Handbook guides you to use not only your eyes (sight) but also your hands (touch), ears (hearing) and nose (smell) to observe and appreciate trees!
The 1.5-kilometre Tree Appreciation Trail is found in the book. Starting from Shatin Park, and continuing along the bank of Shing Mun River, the trail ends at Tai Wai Playground. It is right in the heart of a busy town centre, so you do not need to travel a long distance to the countryside to learn about trees. The book highlights 14 common tree species in the urban areas of Hong Kong. It also explains how tree planting practices allow people to live in harmony with trees in a bustling urban environment.
No. of Pages: 48
Printing: Full Colour
Price: Not for sale (distributed to activity participants and secondary schools for free. The public could also redeem a free copy with the customer copy of EPS receipt)