A Walk in the Woods

ASK March 2020. Why is that tree lumpy? How do trees know it’s spring? And whose tracks are those?
ASK March 2020 

Get ready to explore the great outdoors—right in your very backyard! This edition of ASK Magazine takes you over the hills and through the woods. Armed with the tantalizing information ASK Magazine provides, you and your children will develop a new understanding and appreciation for the natural world.


From digging into the underground root system to studying the secret language of trees, you and your kids are in for an adventure on every page. Each informative article and story are enhanced by fun illustrations or pictures to help deepen your connection of the information to the real world. Beyond learning about the botany of the forest, you’ll get to know some of the creatures who dwell among the trees and plants. Explore the night forest with a porcupine and learn how to discover clues to tell you which animals reside in the woods. And don’t miss the full page of tree-mendous tree jokes. 



Enjoy features including:

  • Little Questions in the Big Woods
  • Can Trees Talk? by Leeann Zouras
  • Old Oak’s Advice for Young Acorns
  • Who’s Been Here? by Annie Mulls
  • Porcupette Explores the Night by Susan Yoder Ackerman
  • Forest Layers
  • Stop and Listen
  • A Liking for Lichens by Lisa Spence


Regular features of ASK magazine include Nosy News, Nestor’s Dock, Bot’s Mighty Math, Ask Ask, Contest and Letters, and Marvin and Friends.