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Normally, books come from trees. This particular volume reverses that process.
FCB Buenos Aires and children's publisher Pequeno Editor created Tree Book Tree, a program that involved making handsome, hand-stitched books from acid-free paper, jacaranda seeds and ecologically friendly ink. Once planted in the ground, it will, in fact, eventually sprout into a tree. (Alas, The Good Earth isn't available in this format.)
The project is designed to teach kids 8-12 where books come from—not the Internet, as some probably believe.