Observing plants can be tricky. Plants often look alike at first glance, and they are often found in places where they are not native. That's why citizen scientists are so important! Learning to observe and record what one sees is a great skill for young readers to learn. In this book, readers are encouraged to investigate the plants in their area, identify them, uncover how their seeds are dispersed, and more! From the main parts of plants to food webs, the information in this book supports elementary science curricula. Five activities engage readers with their role a citizen scientist.