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Seeds Sprout!

Series: I Like Plants!

By Mary Dodson Wade

This easy-to-read science book fills a need for nonfiction science readers while entertaining students with stunning color photos and fascinating facts. Learn all about seeds with this colorful, easy-to-read book. What is in a seed? How do seeds travel? Learn the answers to these questions and more, and find out if soaking a seed makes it sprout faster using the included experiment.

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Library Bound Book978-0-7660-3154-8$23.60$17.70

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Reviews

"These are very attractive books that present the basics of plants in easy-to-understand language for younger children. They would be a welcome addition to plant units in primary grades. Children would also find them attractive for browsing."

Catholic Library World, December 2010

"Author Mary Dodson Wade does an excellent job delivering a lot of information about plants in a very kid-friendly way . . . By being easy to read, yet having lots of great information and interesting facts, the books fills a niche that is often difficult to fill in this age range."

Science Books & Films, May/June 2009

"These books do an excellent job of introducing basic concepts about seeds and plants. Large text on colored pages explains terms and covers a lot of ground in the simplest manner imaginable . . . Each of the books has an activity to enhance the understanding of the concepts presented and is simple enough to be done at home as well as in a classroom."

School Library Journal, April 2009

". . . the book's large print, straightforward text and color photographs on every page will keep the attention of the young scientists . . . Although written for beginning readers, preschool and kindergarten teachers would find this book appropriate to share with nonreaders. This book along with its five companion titles would make an excellent addition to elementary classrooms and school libraries."

Children's Literature

"All six books in the . . . series provide great life science content in a versatile format. They might be read aloud to large or small groups, used in a center, or be a source of material for independent reading and research . . . The table of contents is easy to read . . . both students and teachers will enjoy and learn from them!"

National Science Teachers Association Recommends Web site, posted March 19, 2009

". . . the facts are clear and accurate. Colorful photographs appear in an easy-to-follow layout."

The Horn Book Guide, Fall 2009

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