The book comprises graphical illustrations and description of 165 plant species, including trees, shrubs and herbaceous plants, that mostly characterize Georgian flora. Plant descriptions refer to the morphology of the plant species and their ecology (adaptation to climatic conditions and spread in Georgia) accompanied with plant names in Latin, Georgian, local dialects, Svan and Mengrelian languages. Latin-Georgian, English-Georgian, Georgian-English, Russian- Georgian, Georgian-Russian and Georgian dialectic (including Mengrelian and Svan languages) vocabularies are presented as well.
Written by representatives of seventeen countries, these stories give us hope that we too can change, and that our change is the prelude to changing the world. I firmly believe that family is the cornerstone of society. From the pages of this book, parents tell us how they deal with small problems that may arise in the future when dealing with children. Parents of adolescents tell how they retained their sanity during the most difficult years, how they helped their children cope with drugs or depression and set a living goal.